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Michigan State House to hear Youth Hunting Legislation!

Friday, May 26, 2006


The Senate passed two youth hunting bills earlier this week. 

Senate Bill 1105, sponsored by Senator Michelle McManus (R-35) will establish an “apprentice” hunting license for minors to be able to hunt with a licensed adult.  SB 1105 will now head to the House. 

The second bill passed by the Senate is House Bill 5192, sponsored by Representative Scott Hummel (R-93).   This legislation will lower the minimum hunting age for a minor.  HB 5191 is heading back to the House for concurrence. 

Please call your State Representative at (517) 373-0135 and ask him or her to support SB 1105 and HB 5192. 

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