The Protecting Hunting Heritage and Education Act is headed to President Biden’s desk

The Protecting Hunting Heritage and Education Act is headed to the President’s desk after passing in the House and Senate.
It aims to safeguard extracurricular activities such as shooting sports and archery from being defunded.

The bill was introduced by Congressman Mark Green of Tennessee.

Green spoke with RFD-TV’s own Suzanne Alexander on the legislation’s background, the next steps, and the Rural Health Caucus.

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