_[W]estern North Dakota lawmaker [Rep. Rod Froelich, D-Selfridge,] is asking the attorney general to rule on whether a state law barring the separate sale of hunting rights to tracts of land is unconstitutional. . . .
The 2007 Legislature put a two-year moratorium on the practice and then set up an interim study of the issue. The interim Natural Resources Committee recently voted to pursue a bill that would make the ban permanent.
Froelich thinks such a ban violates property owners’ rights to do what they wish with their land._