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Posted on September 7, 2010
Proposition 109, if approved in November, would preclude legislators from making changes in hunting laws, at least by themselves. Instead, they would have to put them on the ballot and ask voters to modify what Proposition 109 would make a state constitutional right to hunt.
Read Original at: The Arizona Daily Star
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