Some voters may scratch their heads and wonder why they should support a constitutional amendment to protect hunting and fishing in Montana. The lack of a threat in Montana misses the point. Threats to Montana`s hunting and fishing heritage are likely to come from urban areas outside the state. And these threats should not be lightly dismissed, because animal "rights" groups have become more organized, with more supporters and more active across the country over the last decade.
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