Senate hopeful Dan Winslow carves out fishing stand

Republican U.S. Senate candidate Dan Winslow has zeroed in on two nagging statutory imperatives that, in their violation have frustrated the fishing industry — the requirement in the Magnuson-Stevens Act that government manage the wild resources to “provide for the sustained participation” of fishing communities, and the neutering over time of a 1954 act of Congress that aimed to provide a secure revenue stream for strengthening the industry. continue reading

2 Responses to Senate hopeful Dan Winslow carves out fishing stand

  1. - Moderator says:

    the neutering – Richard, I love that term.
    Time to neuter some NOAA scientists and others on the NOAA payroll.

  2. philips66 says:

    As I learn more about him, I like Winslow more and more for Senator.

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