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Oregon Bill Would Restore Hounds to Cougar Hunting

A hunting bill has been sent to the Oregon House that would restore hounds to the sport of hunting cougars.

4/21/2011


The Oregon House was scheduled to vote yesterday on a hunting bill—which needs a two-thirds majority to pass—that would restore hounds to the sport of hunting cougars. Voters in Oregon voted to ban the use of hounds in 1994.


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1 Response to Oregon Bill Would Restore Hounds to Cougar Hunting

Don Schwarz wrote:
April 28, 2011

I've been an NRA member for about 40 years. I've left comments on 3 different articles & you haven't printed one of them yet. Either you are censoring any comments that don't coincide with whatever precise message you are trying to foster, or, the entire "comments mechanism" is a phony & you are printing "your own" comments.