“P-R taxes are applied to manufacturers who then bake them into the cost of their goods. In other words, although consumers aren’t technically paying the tax, they are ultimately footing the bill. So even if the tax was eliminated, consumers wouldn’t necessarily see a price reduction at the register, since the cost of firearms and ammunition are dependent on a wide variety of factors (including availability and price of materials).” — Outdoor Life
In Episode 285 of District of Conservation, Gabriella addresses two news items: the problems with The RETURN Act and Governor Larry Hogan (R-MD) loosening restrictions on concealed carry permit applications in wake of NYSRPA vs Bruen.
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EP 292: Oppose USFWS Lead Ban & Hunting Coalition Challenges California AB 2571 – District of Conservation
- EP 292: Oppose USFWS Lead Ban & Hunting Coalition Challenges California AB 2571
- EP 291: Shooting Sports Month & Dominion Energy's $9.8B Coastal Virginia Offshore Wind Farm Approved
- EP 290: Katie Pavlich Discusses Her New Fox Nation Show and Current Events
- EP 289: 7 Republicans Abandon RETURN Act, Gordon Ramsay Bullied By Vegans, & If Wolf Attacks Correlates to Conservative Politics
- EP 288: Curt McAllister from Toyota Motor North America
Photo Credit: Gabriella Hoffman
- Gabriella Hoffman
- Gabriella Hoffman is a Media Strategist and Award-Winning Outdoor Writer.
- She hosts the “District of Conservation” podcast and CFACT’s original YouTube series “Conservation Nation.” Learn more about her work at http://www.gabriellahoffman.com
July 6, 2022