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House Bill 1063

House Bill 1063

ARCHIVE (2000)

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DIGEST OF HB1063 (Updated January 18, 2000 4:13 PM - DI 22)

Hunting preserves. Provides that the department of natural resources may license hunting preserves to propagate and offer white-tailed deer for hunting by licensed hunters during eight months of the year (September through April). Requires a hunting preserve to be a fenced, contiguous property that contains at least 500 acres and no public highway. Makes numerous provisions governing the operation and regulation of hunting preserves, including inspection, license renewal, and record keeping. Provides that hunting preserve property may not be classified as a windbreak, wildlife habitat, or filter strip for property tax assessment purposes.
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In Committee - 2nd House
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