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Senate Committee Shoots Down Sunday Hunting Bill

The second of two bills that would allow Sunday hunting in Virginia was shot down by a Senate committee this week.

2/4/2011


The second of two bills that would allow Sunday hunting in Virginia was shot down by a Senate committee this week. The bill, entitled SB850, was rejected after landowners, nature enthusiasts, horseback riders and others expressed that the Sunday hunting ban gives them at least one day a week where they are free to peacefully and safely enjoy the outdoors.


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1 Response to Senate Committee Shoots Down Sunday Hunting Bill

Carl Cloer wrote:
February 09, 2011

So if I lived in Virginia, I would just go out and target practice on Sunday during hunting season... Do you suppose Virginia has laws forbidding driving motorcycles and 4WD vehicles off road through the countryside on Sunday? How about flying? Those pesky aircraft sure do make a lot of noise...and barking DOGS...Wow, maybe they should consider making dog owners muzzle their dogs on Sunday too...