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Proposal To Save Hunting, Fishing Changed

Monday, May 16, 2005

A proposed Tennessee constitutional amendment to protect hunting and fishing has been changed to protect all traditional methods of hunting, setting up a final Senate vote. Supporters said the change was needed to protect the rights of people who hunt with dogs, bows or other methods that might be limited in the future for "political purposes."

Read Original at: The Tennessean

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