We are proud to show this humanitarian effort (deer hunt) that our chapter provided (August 25-28)
for a youth that has been battling cancer. The episode was shown on Michigan Out of Doors TV a short time ago. Enjoy!
By: Anna Seidman
Over the past several months, SCI has aggressively pursued litigation against the federal government, challenging the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service’s decision to ban the importation of sport-hunted elephants from Zimbabwe and Tanzania.
The suit has already seen many twists and turns, and SCI has adapted its case to respond to each one. After months of teasing the hunting community with the possibility that the federal government might lift the importation ban for Zimbabwe, the FWS issued a decision on July 22, 2014 to continue the ban. This disappointing action required that SCI modify its existing case. Now, SCI has not one but two Zimbabwe decisions to challenge: 1) the original, so-called “temporary” ban implemented on April 4th; and 2) the new “final” decision made on July 22, 2014. SCI has already amended the Complaint filed in the case to add new claims that challenge the recent decision for Zimbabwe.