The Stillaguamish Tribe, conservationists and hunters spoke out against a proposed ban on hunting on Leque Island in Washington. A local resident submitted a petition to the state Department of Fish and Wildlife but everyone opposed it at a public meeting. Shawn Yanity, chairman of the tribe, said the tribe has hunted on the island for thousands of years. The Audubon Society and hunters also criticized the petition. Get the Story:
Groups decry proposed hunting ban
(The Everett Herald 3/11)
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