South Carolina hunting measure similar to Arkansas measure

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May 27, 2010

COLUMBIA, South Carolina: If approved by voters on November 2, 2010, the Hunting and Fishing Amendment would allow residents in the state the right to hunt and fish. The measure, which was sent to the ballot as a legislatively-referred constitutional amendment is not the only of its kind to be voted on this fall.[1][2]

In Arkansas, voters will have a chance to amend the Arkansas Constitution by deciding whether or not to would give a constitutional protection to the right to hunt in Arkansas. Like the South Carolina measure, it was sent to the ballot as a legislatively-referred constitutional amendment and will appear on the November 2, 2010 general election ballot. The measure showed support among some Arkansas voters, according to a poll taken in January 2010, as 54 percent of those surveyed stated they would vote yes on the measure.[3]

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