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    Default 🦌Lawmakers advance proposal to greatly expand Sunday hunting in Pennsylvania

    🤔 Hunting on Sundays in Pennsylvania would be greatly expanded under a proposal that passed the state House on Thursday over objections about trespassing provisions and new restrictions on hunting in state parks.

    Lawmakers voted 129-73 to send the bill to the state Senate.


    https://wjactv.com/news/local/lawmak...-pennsylvania#

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    Default Re: 🦌Lawmakers advance proposal to greatly expand Sunday hunting in Pennsylvania

    Quote Originally Posted by GOYABEAN View Post
    🤔 Hunting on Sundays in Pennsylvania would be greatly expanded under a proposal that passed the state House on Thursday over objections about trespassing provisions and new restrictions on hunting in state parks.

    Lawmakers voted 129-73 to send the bill to the state Senate.


    https://wjactv.com/news/local/lawmak...-pennsylvania#
    Berks County Republican Rep. David Maloney said.......the proposal would require game wardens to work Sundays……………oh, the horror!

    I guess he’s saying that wardens currently don’t work on Sundays? If that were true, then it would appear that Sundays is a good day for poachers to do their thing.

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    Default Re: 🦌Lawmakers advance proposal to greatly expand Sunday hunting in Pennsylvania

    Sunday hunting bills pass Pa. House amid dispute over trespass, state parks

    HARRISBURG — A bill that would routinely open Sundays for hunting advanced out of the Pennsylvania House of Representatives but not without opponents raising concerns about accessing private property, trespass provisions and maintaining restrictions at state parks.

    Lawmakers voted 129-73 to approve House Bill 2106, sending the measure to the state Senate for further consideration.


    https://www.cnhinews.com/cnhi/articl...709971960.html

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    Default Re: 🦌Lawmakers advance proposal to greatly expand Sunday hunting in Pennsylvania

    Why don't the bureaucrats at the Game Commission make their own laws for this. That seems to have curtailed freedom of the people very well at the Federal level. After all they are the experts.
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    Default Re: 🦌Lawmakers advance proposal to greatly expand Sunday hunting in Pennsylvania

    Accuse your enemy of what you are doing as you are doing it to create confusion -Karl Marx

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    Default Re: 🦌Lawmakers advance proposal to greatly expand Sunday hunting in Pennsylvania

    So they're excluding state parks?
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