October 14, 2019

Connecticut One Step Closer to Sunday Hunting

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The Connecticut Senate voted 27-8 in favor of allowing limited Sunday hunting. The bill moves over to the House. The bill would allow for restricted bow and arrow hunting in areas where there is a serious problem with over population of deer. The bill requires this to be done only on private land, with permission from the landowner and if there is a recognized population problem.

If this bill passes, it would eliminate a Sunday hunting ban that dates back to colonial times. Connecticut is one of a small contingency of states that does not permit Sunday hunting.

Tom Remington

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