HR 4089 passes the House
HR 4089, the Sportsmen's Heritage Act, passed the House yesterday. Text is here; a breakdown of the 274-146 vote is here. In a nutshell, the bill would raise the legal status of hunting and recreational shooting in terms of Federal land use agencies. It also adjusts the National Environmental Protection Act to reduce the amount of analysis (and thus vulnerability to lawsuits) necessary for pro-hunting regulatory measures.
Which in turn explains why HSUS calls it "a highly controversial bill that combines several radical hunting proposals into one package."