Right to life, liberty—and hunting

Idaho voters will have chance to amend Constitution

A coyote looks for prey along Warm Springs Creek near Ketchum earlier this month. A proposed amendment to the Idaho Constitution would add language saying that the state will preserve citizens’ right to hunt and that hunting, trapping and fishing would be the state’s preferred methods of wildlife management. Photo by Roland Lane

Friday, March 30, 2012

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