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Historic Vote Moves California Closer to Banning Lead Hunting Ammunition
Center for Biological Diversity
The California Senate today passed historic legislation to protect the state’s condors, eagles and other wildlife from lead poisoning by requiring the use of nonlead ammunition for all hunting by 2019. Assembly Bill 711 (Rendon) passed by a vote of 23-15; it passed the state Assembly in May. If the bill is signed by the governor, California will be the first state in the country to require the use of nontoxic bullets and shot for all hunting.

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