Suppose you break the rules and lose your hunting or fishing license in one state. Should you also automatically loose it in other states, or even all states? That question is becoming a topic of hot debate.
From the Anchorage Daily News:
Alaska is considering joining with other states in a compact to share information on people who have pleaded guilty or been convicted of a crime that led to the revocation of their hunting or fishing privileges. . . .
Now a conviction that results in the loss of fishing privileges in one state can carry over to many more. . . .
"I suspect that all the states in the U.S. will join at some point," said Clay Cummins, assistant chief for the Enforcement Bureau of the Idaho Department of Fish and Game.
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