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Idaho: House committee recommends hunter privacy

Thursday, February 25, 2010

The House Resources and Conservation Committee approved 13-3 Tuesday a measure that would allow hunting and fishing license records to be kept under wraps. The proposed legislation would make specific Department of Fish and Game records that identify those holding licenses and tags a secret that can't be obtained through a public records request. That information is currently a public record.

Read Original at: The Times News (Twin Falls, Idaho)


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