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Amendment would guarantee you can always hunt and fish

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Some may be surprised to see an amendment to the state constitution to preserve the rights of outdoors enthusiasts.

By Todd Martin

If voters are still be deciding between Barack Obama and Mitt Romney or which of the 10 Shelbyville City Council candidates to choose on Nov. 6, they might also be surprised to see a constitutional amendment on the ballot.

And the amendment might strike them as odd, as well.

It seems the proposed Personal Right To Hunt and Fish amendment was quietly passed through the state House and Senate, right to the ballot for voters to decide.

“There was really no debate at all, that I recall,” said Rep. Brad Montell (R-Shelbyville).


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