The House F&W Committee took testimony on H.460 that would ban lead ammo for hunting.
This afternoon the committee took a vote on H.297, the Ivory, Rhino horn ban bill and with a 4-4 vote it stays on the wall.
This afternoon the committee decided there was too much controversy on H.460, the lead ammo bill, and it stays on the wall.
H.296, the municipal control of ranges bill has not moved.
This morning the committee voted 8-0 to move forward H.210, Rep. Patrick Brennan’s suppressor bill.
It is projected the final gavel will fall for 2015, on Friday, May 15 or Saturday 16.