Hunting measure gathering signatures in North Dakota

Mon, Aug 10 2009 — Source: KXMB 12

Supporters of a ban on so-called “fenced hunting” in North Dakota are trying again to put the issue to a statewide vote. The ballot measure would outlaw fenced game preserves where visitors pay for the right to shoot deer, elk and other big-game animals. Roger Kaseman of Bismarck is chairman of the initiative campaign. He says fenced hunting is unethical and will undermine support for legitimate hunting. Opponents of the proposal say it will violate private property rights.

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