Maine S 662

Intro Date: Dec 30, 2013

Summary

Makes changes to fish and wildlife laws; allows a law enforcement officer to seize hunting equipment if a person is found hunting after revocation of license; creates a license reinstatement fee; relates to unlawfully hunting or possessing antlerless deer in wildlife management areas; relates to requirement of outdoor ethics course for certain violations; exempts a person who applies for an apprentice hunter license from the requirement to take a hunter safety course; relates to junior hunting.

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Senator David Dutremble, Member, Maine Legislative Sportsmen’s Caucus

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