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Idaho: Senate Committee to Consider Hunter Privacy Bill Tomorrow, March 17!

Tuesday, March 16, 2010

On Wednesday, March 17 as early as 1:30pm, Idaho’s Hunter Privacy Bill is scheduled for a hearing in the Senate Resources and Environment Committee.

House Bill 531aa, sponsored by Representative Judy Boyle (R-Midvale), would amend Idaho’s existing law to limit public access to Fish and Game records of issued tags.  HB 531aa would also prohibit future harassment, intimidation and threats relating to the lawful taking and control of fish and wildlife. As the law currently stands, any person or organization can contact Fish and Game and request the names of all people who have been issued tags and what type of hunting tag they have been issued.

During the 2009 hunting season, the names of everyone who had a wolf tag were printed in a local paper and subsequently broadcasted nationally.  Although these hunters followed the law and direction by Idaho’s wildlife experts, they were incessantly harassed by anti-hunting groups and radical animal “rights” extremists.   It is the intention of Representative Boyle to prevent such future harassment and the NRA supports her effort to protect hunters’ rights to privacy and protection.

Please contact the members of the Resources and Environment Committee today and respectfully urge them to support HB531aa.  Contact information for the committee is listed below.

Senate Resources and Environment Committee

Senator  Gary  Schroeder (R-6) - Chair   
E-mail

Phone - (208) 332-1323

Senator  Steve  Bair (R-28) - Vice Chair   
E-mail

Phone - (208) 332-1346

Senator  Dean  Cameron (R-26)   
E-mail

Phone - (208) 334-4735

Senator  Monty  Pearce (R-9)   
E-mail

Phone - (208) 332-1325

Senator  Charles  Coiner (R-24)   
E-mail

Phone - (208) 332-1347

Senator  Jeff  Siddoway (R-35)   
E-mail

Phone - (208) 332-1342

Senator  Bert  Brackett (R-23)   
E-mail

Phone - (208) 332-1336

Senator  Michelle  Stennett (D-25)   
E-mail
 
Home (208) 332-1357

Senator  Elliot  Werk (D- 17)   
E-mail

Phone - (208) 332-1352

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