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Bill To Allow Some Sunday Hunting Introduced in West Virginia!

Friday, March 25, 2005

HB 3159 has been introduced by Representative Stemple and will allow Sunday hunting on publicly owned lands in West Virginia. Currently 39 states have no restrictions on Sunday hunting. HB 3159 does not change current regulations regarding Sunday hunting on private lands.

The prohibition on Sunday hunting is one of the last vestiges of the blue laws that restricted many activities on Sunday. Currently, hunters are treated as second-class citizens in West Virginia because their activity is restricted while other outdoor pursuits such as golf, fishing and horseback riding are permitted on Sundays.

Call your Representative and Senator today and urge them to support HB 3159!

For more information on Sunday hunting see our fact sheet.

Please call the following Agriculture and Natural Resources Committee members; their vote is critical for hunters in West Virginia.

Delegate Bill Hamilton 304-340-3167

Delegate Robert D. Beach 304-340-3112

Delegate Robert C. Tabb 304-340-3274

Delegate Allen V. Evans 304-340-3399

Delegate Patti Schoen 304-340-3141

Delegate William Anderson 304-340-3168

Delegate Ray Canterbury 304-340-3131

Delegate Jeff Eldridge 304-340-3160

Delegate Ron Fragale 304-340-3392

Delegate Otis A. Leggett 304-340-3195

Delegate Tom Louisos 304-340-3111

Delegate John Overington 304-340-3148

Delegate William Romine 304-340-3226

Delegate Danny Wells 304-340-3146

Delegate Larry Williams 304-340-3337

Delegate Mary M. Poling 304-340-3102

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