Wednesday, May 31st, 2023
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Ohio bill would make big changes to hunting dates, funding

One stipulation in an Ohio House bill is that the gun deer-hunting season would start the day after Thanksgiving rather than the next Monday following the holiday, which is the tradition. (Stock photo)
An appropriations bill circulating through the Ohio House of Representatives has drawn the ire of sportsmen’s groups. House Bill 33, part of the annual state budget bill, would drastically change the way hunting seasons are established if passed by the Ohio Legislature. Backcountry Hunters and Anglers is urging sportsmen and women to contact their local Ohio legislators to oppose the appropriations bill.
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