H.R. 9067 (94th): A bill to provide additional funds to the States for carrying out restoration projects and programs.

Introduced:
Jul 30, 1975 (94th Congress, 1975–1976)
Status:
Died (Referred to Committee)
Sponsor
Joseph Karth
Representative for Minnesota's 4th congressional district
Party
Democrat
Related Bills
H.Res. 1570 (rule)

Introduced
Last Action: Sep 22, 1976

 
Status

This bill was introduced on July 30, 1975, in a previous session of Congress, but was not enacted.

Progress
Introduced Jul 30, 1975
Referred to Committee Jul 30, 1975
 
 
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7/30/1975--Introduced.
Title I - Wildlife Restoration Fund
Extends the period during which States may expend funds apportioned to them for wildlife restoration projects under the Federal Aid in Wildlife Restoration Act. Authorizes States to use funds apportioned to them under specified provisions of such Act for the purpose of paying not more than 75 percent of the cost of a hunter education program, or a public target range program, or both.
Stipulates that the non-Federal share of the cost of any such program may be derived from license fees paid by hunters, but not from moneys derived by the State through any other Federal grant program.
Title II - Tax on Sale of Component Parts of Firearm Ammunition
Imposes a tax of 11 percent, to be paid by the manufacturer, upon component parts of ammunition (including, but not limited to, cartridge cases, primers, bullets, shots, wads and powders) for firearms (including pistols and revolvers).

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