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California: State quietly studying proposal to end hunting ban in game refuges

A century ago, when more families relied on hunting to put meat on the dinner table, it was a bold idea: set aside large swaths of land where killing animals was banned, so that deer and other wildlife could multiply and repopulate. Now, however, the California Department of Fish and Game says those refuges are a dismal failure, and it's quietly studying a plan that could end the hunting restrictions in 19 refuges across the state.

Read About It: The Contra Costa Times (Calif.)

Posted: 11/8/2010 9:08:45 AM

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  :shock: O0 O0 O0 O0 O0 WOW! That's historic for Kalifornia! I bet the antis have their panties in a wad over that!
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