Tuesday, June 26, 2018

Hunting and Fishing Rights Amendment Approved by N.C. House

Via Jessica

A proposal to preserve hunting and fishing rights in the state constitution passed the North Carolina House by a bipartisan 92-23 vote on Monday, advancing the measure one step closer to being considered by voters on statewide election ballots this fall

Senate Bill 677 Protect Right to Hunt and Fish proposes a state constitutional amendment to voters providing that the people of North Carolina have a right to use traditional methods to hunt, fish, and harvest wildlife, subject only to certain limitations promoting wildlife conservation and resource management.

More than twenty other states already have a right to hunt and fish in their state constitution.

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