We see absolutely no need to give constitutional protection to hunting and fishing.
Wednesday, October 24, 2012 at 3:00 am (Updated: October 24, 3:01 am)
On Nov. 6, among the many important decisions voters will be asked to make is one that they should not make: to pass an amendment to the state constitution that establishes hunting and fishing as legacy activities in the state.
That is shorthand language for the Personal Right to Hunt and Fish Amendment, which was placed on the ballot by a quick and somewhat quietly authored House Bill 1 that passed the legislature earlier this year and became part of the election process without so much as a peep from the legislature.
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