Hunting's future depends on support

Some towns show their respect for hunters openly with welcome banners. Some offer more. Here are a few that do.

Updated: May 31, 2006, 7:22 PM ET
By James A. Swan, Ph.D. | Author
"In Defense of Hunting"

Filmmaker Michael Moore opens his controversial, but successful documentary film, "Bowling For Columbine," with him getting a new gun for starting a bank account.

If Moore had journeyed to Gridley, Calif., in the Sacramento Valley, and stayed at the Gridley Inn, he would not have been given a gun, but he could have won one.

Until the end of the waterfowl season, which in most of California runs through Jan. 26, if you check in at the Gridley Inn and show them a copy of a valid hunting ...

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