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Issue of August 20, 2014
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print email Source: Editorial: Fenced-in hunting bill fails one vote shy
Private Property?
February 14, 2014 | 03:15 PM

How can you say Private Property when it is a "federal 501c3" group? That opens you up to a lot of things. I can't see how hunting or use of any firearm helps any prior service men/woman that is "traumatized". Hunting something in a fence? I can see the other activities mentioned being rewarding and soothing to trauma. I cannot understand how Deer are considered livestock when I'm not allowed to keep a deer on property penned in or the DNR will come and euthanize it, or when a nice couple finds a baby deer and try to raise it and help it survive they are doing wrong. So how come it's OK for this place to have this "livestock" and kill it in a fence line and not OK for me to have one out in my backyard?

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