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House Bill 1114


House Bill 1114

ARCHIVE (2005)

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Spotlighting wild animals. Provides that a person who, between October 1 and January 15, shines a spotlight, searchlight, or other artificial light upon a wild animal for the purpose of locating a wild animal commits a Class C infraction. Establishes certain exceptions. Requires a court to revoke for two years the hunting, fishing, and trapping licenses of a person who commits a second conviction or judgment of shining a light on a wild bird or wild animal. Provides that a law enforcement officer who witnesses a person in a vehicle shining a light upon a wild bird or wild animal in a prohibited manner may search the vehicle for a firearm, bow, or crossbow. Allows a court to revoke certain fish and wildlife licenses for two years for a violation of a wildlife protection law.
Current Status:
 In Committee - first House
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