Wildlife

 

HB 2462 (Adair/Shurden): Allows a private landowner or a designated employee of a landowner or lessee to have a chamber-loaded firearm on his or her property, provided the private landowner or designated employee of a landowner or lessee is not a convicted felon.

HB 2520 (Staggs/Weedn): Authorizes the Director of Wildlife Conservation to issue a lifetime permit for the hunting or taking of wildlife by the use of a crossbow to qualified applicants who are permanently disabled. The permit may by renewed every five years for five dollars or the person may purchase a lifetime permit for Twenty-five ($25.00).

HB 2619 (Davis/Shurden): Specifies that no person may possess, hunt, chase, harass, capture, shoot at, wound or kill, take or attempt to take, trap or attempt to trap a white deer without specific written permission of the Director of Wildlife Conservation. The bill sets a fine of not less than One Hundred Dollars ($100.00) nor more than One Thousand Dollar ($1,000.00), or imprisonment in the county jail for a period not to exceed (30) days, or both for violations of this provision. 

 

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