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From the Citizen-Times:

_Felons who think their criminal past shouldn’t keep them from having the right to hunt are getting some attention in the state’s and nation’s capitals.

_A Western North Carolina business owner told state Rep. Phil Haire his convictions for breaking-and-entering and larceny, stemming from a decades-old theft of copper wire, keep him from hunting.

_”Some folks make a mistake, and some folks get convicted of felonies, but you know, they can never outlive it as far as being able to own a firearm,” said Haire, a Sylva Democrat.

The owner’s plight prompted Haire to push for allowing nonviolent felons with a 20-year clean record to hunt with shotguns and rifles.

Make sense to you?