Loss of non-resident license 
sales hurts Parks and Wildlife

Stephanie and Dave Moreno show off the elk they killed in 2008. Income from the sale of elk and other big-game licenses make up the economic foundation of Colorado Parks and Wildife. In recent years, nonresident license sales have decreased for various reasons. Dave Moreno/Special to the Sentinel



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Stephanie and Dave Moreno show off the elk they killed in 2008. Income from the sale of elk and other big-game licenses make up the economic foundation of Colorado Parks and Wildife. In recent years, nonresident license sales have decreased for various reasons. Dave Moreno/Special to the Sentinel

Among the more-complex topics the Colorado Parks and Wildlife Commission has on its agenda for Gunnison this week is the topic of resident vs. non-resident big-game license allocations. The…




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Mr. Buchanan covers everything but the reason why Non-Resident Licenses are down. The new anti-gun culture in Colorado is having its effect, as protesters told the anti-gun zealots. Votes have consequences and the consequence of the Morse Bloomberg Biden Obama gun laws is the massive loss of revenue.

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