Discussion Topic: Should Legislatures Stay Out of Hunting?

What's the problem with legislators pushing bills that affect hunting? They're politicians who put their political futures ahead of wildlife welfare, says Chambersburg, PA, Public Opinion guest essayist Stanley Rice.

Proposals to allow baiting for deer, to end the doe season, to allow in-line muzzleloaders during flintlock season, and more are all politically motivated, he argues: “After all, they wouldn't want validated science to get in the way of votes and some cash for the next election cycle.”

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