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Measure Is Designed To Bring Out Senior, Disabled Hunters

Friday, April 25, 2003

An Assembly bill would make it easier for senior citizens and people with disabilities to hunt on Wisconsin-owned property, but could open the lands to the stress of all-terrain vehicles.

Read Original at: Green Bay Press-Gazette


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