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Court case could have impact on sportsmen

October 12, 2009
Tom Carney/News Outdoors Columnist

Once again, we are reminded of the vigilance and rigor with which we must defend our hunting and fishing rights in the 21st century. And while the issue at hand, a case currently being heard by the U.S. Supreme Court, ("U.S. v. Robert J. Stevens," #08-769), is clearly a question of one's First Amendment rights, a "wrong" decision by the court could allow the ramifications to seep down to the lowest levels where lurks the Humane Society of the United States, always willing to apply another coat of snake oil in its fight to outlaw things like hunting, fishing, and even the ownership of domestic animals.

 
 
 

 

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