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Mitch McConnell's Public Statements on Issue: Animals and Wildlife

Office: U.S. Senate (KY) - Sr, Republican Majority Leader
Date Title
April 30, 2015 Alexander, McConnell, Paul Introduce "Proposal to End to the Contemptible, Illegal Practice of Horse Soring Once and for All," Preserve Tennessee Walking Horse Tradition
July 9, 2014 Senator McConnell Calls for Improvements to Sportsmen's Bill
June 10, 2014 McConnell's "Freedom to Fish" Signed Into Law
May 22, 2014 McConnell's "Freedom to Fish" Provision Passes Senate
June 7, 2013 Senator McConnell's eNewsletter - June 7th, 2013
June 3, 2013 Freedom to Fish Becomes Law
May 21, 2013 Freedom To Fish Passes House
April 30, 2013 Sens. Paul McConnell, and Alexander Respond to Army Corps Restrictions on Tailwaters Access
Feb. 28, 2013 Senators McConnell and Paul Introduce Legislation Preventing Administration from Blocking Fishing Access on Cumberland River
Sept. 21, 2012 Sportsmen's Act of 2012--Motion to Proceed
March 3, 2009 Media Stakeout With Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell; Senator Jon Kyl; Senator Lisa Murkowski; Senator John Ensign; Following The Senate Republican Policy Luncheon
Dec. 19, 2007 CNBC "Kudlow & Company" - Transcript
Sept. 12, 2007 Attorney General Nominee
April 12, 2007 Honoring Senator Ted Stevens
Sept. 5, 2006 The Crash of Comair Flight 5191
July 28, 2005 Statements on Introduced Bills and Joint Resolutions
July 28, 2005 Senator McConnell Introduces Legislation To Promote Kentucky's Horse Industry
Nov. 18, 2004 National Day of the Horse
March 23, 2004 Tribute to Hanh Thai Duong
June 16, 2003 Tribute to Fort Knox Game Wardens
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