Hunting And Fishing In Danger?


When casting your ballot in this years election, Indiana residents will also be voting on the future of hunting in the Hoosier state.

An amendment to the constitution on the ballet reads “…To provide that the right to hunt, fish, and harvest wildlife shall be forever preserved for the public good…It would also promote wildlife conservation and management; and preserve the future of hunting and fishing.”

when asked, many hunters had not heard of the proposed amendment or voted it down because lack of information or the language being unclear.

“It’s rather ambiguous,” said Top Guns CEO Steve Ellis. “It’s not clear exactly what they are trying to say here. So it’s hard to vote in favor of or against any thing that is not clearly defined do here to allow us to truly understand what they’re trying to do here.”
 According to published reports,the lawmaker who wrote the measure for consideration admits, there is no immediate threat to hunting and fishing. The goal is to prevent future restrictions.

If passed on election day, Indiana will be the 20th state to make the change.

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