Bill is designed to reduce the penalty for a second-time offender to a two-year hunting license suspension. The Legislature had previously passed a change to increase the penalty to permanent ineligibility to obtain a license.
AUGUSTA, Maine — Lawmakers are considering a bill to allow money to change hands when hunters swap moose permits in Maine’s tightly regulated moose hunt. The Portland Press Herald reports the Legislature’s Inland Fisheries and Wildlife Committee voted 11-1 Tuesday supporting the bill. The legislation still needs to be finalized before facing House and Senate consideration. The Maine Department of…
Proposal would prohibit the harvest of forager foods without written permission or a bill of sale from the owner of the property.