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Right To Hunt And Fish Makes No Changes, Protects Status Quo
Right to Hunt, Fish and Harvest Wildlife
The proposed amendment would upgrade the centuries-old tradition from a privilege, such as driving a car, to a constitutional right, such as free speech. It would prohibit restrictions on hunting and fishing except for laws or rules to "promote wildlife conservation and management But for Rep. How about every day. Brian Turner, D-Buncombe, disagrees with his colleagues that the amendment is politically motivated. He voted to place the question on the ballot. The North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission, which oversees all hunting, fishing and trapping rules on more than 2 million acres across the state, has not taken an official position on the amendment.
When North Carolinians head to the polls this November, they will be asked about hunting. The ballot measure, which easily passed through the Republican-controlled state Senate in June in a vote, has become an unexpectedly divisive issue in North Carolina. Supporters argue the amendment would protect certain hunting practices, but opponents claim it's little more than a ploy to draw Republican voters to the polls. If it passes in November, the measure would not change state hunting regulations or modify any existing provisions in state law. Norman Sanderson, who co-sponsored the bill to have the measure put on the ballot, told Fox News. The ballot measure, which easily passed through the Republican-controlled state Senate in June in a vote, has become a divisive topic in North Carolina, with its supporters arguing that the amendment would protect certain hunting practices while opponents claiming its little more than a ploy to get Republicans to head to the ballot box. Many Democratic lawmakers in Raleigh, however, argue that there is currently no push in North Carolina to restrict any type of hunting and fishing and that the ballot measure is simply about Republicans playing politics ahead of the hard-fought midterm elections.
The constitution also proclaims the sovereignty of the people — including their power to amend their founding document. If the amendment passes, the state will join 21 others , including all of the South save Florida, Maryland and West Virginia, in explicitly affirming this right. What changes should area sportspeople expect upon gaining this new constitutional protection? Chuck McGrady , R-Henderson. He was joined by the majority of the legislative delegation representing Buncombe County residents, including Democratic Reps.
The North Carolina Right to Hunt and Fish Amendment was on the ballot in North Carolina as a legislatively referred constitutional amendment on November 6.
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Hunting and fishing a right or a privilege?
The following language serves as the model RTHF amendment, providing meaningful and permanent protections for sportsmen and science-driven wildlife management. Public hunting and fishing shall be a preferred means of managing and controlling wildlife. This section shall not be construed to modify any provision of law relating to trespass or property rights. Now is the time for sportsmen to stand together to protect our hunting heritage. Wildlife conservation and future generations of sportsmen depend on it. The radical words of Wayne Pacelle, leader of the powerful Humane Society of the United States, speak for themselves:.