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11/15/2012

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Cindy R

We are so lucky to have this man as our State Lands Commissioner. As my friend Karen says:
RAY POWELL FOR GOVERNOR!!

Brenda G Mckenna

Dear Mr. Powell,

Thank you for expressing your opinion and asserting your authority as Land Commissioner by explaining to Gunhawk Firearms (GHF) that they will be found trespassing if they "hunt" on public lands for the coyote. Where NM may not, yet, have legislation to protect the coyote, I am assured the State will not tolerate any one of us terrorizing and slaughtering our fellow inhabitants.

Assuming the report above is accurate, Mr. Mark Chavez does not have any authority to act on the behalf of any wildlife, biological State agency by claiming GHF's "contest" is a means to "manage wildlife populations." Moreover, his claim of the opposition debating rights of hunters is misplaced and unfounded. Hunting in NM still exists; maiming and slaughter for contest, or not, is unconscionable, cruel, ludicrous, and should have no place whatsoever to proceed.

Most sincerely and with appreciation,


Brenda G. McKenna

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Milan Simonich writes about New Mexico politics and government from the Santa Fe Bureau for the Texas-New Mexico Newspapers Partnership.

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