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Topic - Kim Delfino
Environmentalists in California are pushing for a new state law that prohibits lead ammunition because scavengers — like buzzards — that eat the carcasses that hunters leave behind are being poisoned.
"There really is no question that lead ammo is a threat," said Kim Delfino, with Defenders of Wildlife, in the AP report. "To pass a bill in California would set the stage for this happening throughout the country, the way low-emissions vehicle standards changed the market nationwide."