Arkansans will decide whether hunting is a constitutional right
LITTLE ROCK, Arkansas: On April 6, 2009, the Arkansas State Legislature voted to place a Hunting Rights Amendment on the November 2010 ballot as a proposed constitutional amendment to the Arkansas Constitution.
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