From Pennsylvania’s The Morning Call:
_One of the best things that ever happened to hunting in Pennsylvania was the 2006 arrival of the state’s mentored youth hunting program. . . .
Last month, a group of state lawmakers introduced legislation that would authorize the Game Commission to create a similar mentoring program for adults. . . .
Under the mentored adult hunting program — introduced by Sens. Wayne Fontana, D-Allegheny; John Wozniak, D-Cambria; and Charles McIlhinney Jr., R-Bucks and Montgomery — adults who are interested in giving hunting a try would be permitted to do so for one season with a special, reduced-cost apprentice license._
What do you think? Good idea?