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Idaho House Passes Airplane Hunting Bill

The Idaho House unanimously passed a bill that would require airborne hunters to wait a full day after landing to begin hunting.

4/1/2011


The Idaho House unanimously passed a bill that would require hunters who fly airplanes to remote hunting sites to wait a full day after landing to begin hunting. The measure is now on its way to the Idaho Senate.


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