Fight for a federal ban on killing contests

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Dear Legislators,

Wildlife killing contests are barbaric, cruel and unsporting events where participants compete to kill wild animals for cash and prizes. The contests often target native carnivores like bobcats, coyotes and foxes, which are important species that play a critical role in healthy ecosystems. The events do not serve any legitimate wildlife management purpose and simply make a game of killing animals.

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