The idea that hunters might be setting up blinds on neighboring property, prowling local streets, and possibly following wounded deer into peoples’ yards upset many residents.
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It's now your constitutional right to hunt and fish in Indiana, but there may be ramifications to this amendment.
Public Question 1 alters state constitution for hunting and fishing.
Since no one in this state is beating the drum to outlaw hunting or fishing, just what, exactly is this amendment supposed to protect?
Your rights to hunt and fish aren't being threatened and there is no reason to amend the State Constitution to protect those rights.
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