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DounutHole November 18th, 2017 10:47pm

President bone spur and his administration are now allowed hunters in Alaska to shoot hibernating bears and use aircraft to track their targets, repealed Obama-era wildlife protection laws. Is this making America great again?

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Ebola1 Florida
11/19/17 8:34 pm

Well @DounutHole It appears you’ve embarrassed yourself again. You might want to try researching some of your claims before posting them. 🤦‍♂️

Ebola1 Florida
11/22/17 2:17 pm

The state already has these protections. The federal law was over reach and was rightfully nullified by a law proposed by Alaska. You can read comments below if you’re interested.

Alcerus fascist
11/18/17 7:57 pm


Quote from the website:

"In reality, however, most of those practices were already prohibited to sport hunters under Alaska law, and some of them, including hunting coyotes in their dens and killing hibernating bears and cubs, were permitted to subsistence hunters even under the federal regulations.

The deeper issue all along was state vs. federal control of wildlife management. Despite support from scientific, environmental, and animal welfare advocacy groups, the federal restrictions were considered intrusive and unwarranted by many Alaskans. The state filed a lawsuit in January 2017 contending that the rules amounted to federal overreach, harming the ecosystem and citizens of Alaska. With the support of the National Rifle Association (NRA) and Safari Club International, Rep. Don Young (R-Alaska) introduced H.J. Res. 69 in February 2017 to redress what he termed a 'wrongful seizure of authority'"

11/18/17 7:55 pm

Fake news