Posted by 31 July 2017
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Senate Bill 68, Limit Deer Feeding Bans After Positive Disease Tests: Passed 20 to 13 in the state Senate on June 14, 2017.
To limit the ban on feeding deer for hunting or viewing in counties where they have tested positive for chronic wasting disease or bovine tuberculosis. Currently, the Department for Natural Resources sets the ban. Under this bill, the ban would last for 36 months in counties where deer have tested positive or 24 months in neighboring counties.
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