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Wyoming Right to Hunt Amendment Passes

The Wyoming House has passed an amendment that ensures the right to hunt, trap and fish in the state.

3/1/2011


The Wyoming House has passed an amendment that ensures the right to hunt, trap and fish in the state. Supporters of the bill claim it is necessary to ensure that hunters' rights are protected against anti-hunting groups. The bill will now be sent to the Governor's desk to be signed.


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1 Response to Wyoming Right to Hunt Amendment Passes

Kathy Embrey wrote:
March 09, 2011

I am proud to say I am a resident of Wyoming. More so, I am proud my state has taken a stand to insure our hunters' rights. Hunting has been around forever and will continue. Many citizens don't understand the NEED for hunting. Sure, there is a "sport" to it, but more so, hunting is needed to keep the population of our wildlife at a managable level. I hope that our state has set a precedence for other states to follow.