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post #1 of 19 (permalink) Old 08-25-2015, 06:59 PM Thread Starter
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Hunting License Increase Presentation

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post #2 of 19 (permalink) Old 08-25-2015, 07:35 PM
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No pheasant stamp befuddles me.
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First comment, then back to the show.

"Revenue vs Expenditures" slide.

Increase in Health Care costs because of ObamaCare.

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Shoot straight

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post #4 of 19 (permalink) Old 08-31-2015, 11:20 PM
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I just saw the rebroadcast on PCN. The PGC presented their case
and I believe they are going to have a hard sell.I know the non residents are not going to be happy as the PGC is going to want $200 and then the add ons $$$ by year 5 they are going to pay $75.00 for a doe tag alone.Going to get interesting for sure.
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Increase the fee... or apply for a license and your doe permits to a merged GC with DCNR.

Neither the GC or the PFBC can run a deficient. If they go bust - they get merged with some other agency. Period.

Is your position a short term gain - or a long term loss? Separate the issues.
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Neither the GC or the PFBC can run a deficient. If they go bust - they get merged with some other agency. Period.
Or you pressure you elected officials to reform the bennies for all past, current, and future state employees to actual address the root of the issue.

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Increase the fee... or apply for a license and your doe permits to a merged GC with DCNR.

Neither the GC or the PFBC can run a deficient. If they go bust - they get merged with some other agency. Period.

This merger should have happened years ago , combined agencies work in every other state and will work in pa.

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Neither the GC or the PFBC can run a deficient. If they go bust - they get merged with some other agency. Period.

















Or you pressure you elected officials to reform the bennies for all past, current, and future state employees to actual address the root of the issue.

and that will never happen.
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and that will never happen.
Probably correct but I am not willing to pay more to try to keep treating infections in this state with Band-Aids. Not just the pgc either. It is a systemic issue that will not go away without major reform.

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I am for a lic increase for one I can afford it. If someone cant you may need to get a better job than Burger King hunting is way to expensive for you. PA is to cheap for out of state hunters and they should be paying more to come and use resources that belong to the resident hunters of PA. Pheasant stamp should be mandatory as well as grouse and waterfowl. We as lic buyers are the main support for the PGC lands and employees.We are screwed if we loose the PGC as a stand alone agency then the game lands will be yuppie trash four wheeler and other garbage play grounds. Hunting will really suck then.
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