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Topic - Randy Taylor
Some question whether Iowa needs to continue giving celebrities easy access to deer hunting in the state, but it appears unlikely that the promotional program will be scrapped.
LITTLETON, Colo. — A bronze statue of a fallen Navy SEAL holding a machine gun was dedicated here yesterday over the objections of some locals who disapproved of the firearm.
"There is no deer hunter nationwide who doesn't consider Iowa one of the trophy hot spots in the nation," Taylor said.
Iowa Bowhunters Association President Randy Taylor tells the Des Moines Register ( http://dmreg.co/wCWfLU