The debate over Sunday hunting in Pennsylvania has been going on for years.
Currently, hunting on The Lord's Day here is extremely limited. Crows, foxes and coyotes are the only game on the menu.
The state Game Commission has no control over the matter.
It's in the hands of the state Legislature.
And through the years, every single attempt to either flat out make Sunday like every other day of the week as far as hunting goes, or to give authority over Sunday hunting to the Game Commission, has died on the vine.
Read the article: Sunday News (Lancaster, Pa.)