Discussion Topic: Should Vandals Lose Outdoor Licenses?

From the _Ravalli Republic:
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_"Vandalism at state parks and fishing access sites has been an issue for a long time," said Ron Aascheim of Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks. "Between 2006 and 2008, we had $36,000 of damages done at just fishing access sites … it is a big deal. . . ."
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_[A] new law would require a judge to suspend hunting, fishing and trapping rights for two years for anyone convicted of criminal mischief in a case involving vandalism to a state owned site.
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_[A] portion of the new law is [focused] on . . . hard-core illegal antler hunters who sneak onto the wildlife management areas before the mid-May opening to get a jumpstart on the season. . . .
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_"[S]portsmen's dollars have been used to purchase wildlife management areas around the state. They are set aside as winter range to protect big game."
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Any kind of disturbance can be detrimental to the animals. . . .

"These places need to be kept secure," he said.

What do you think? Should vandals or trespassers lose their hunting and fishing rights?