Tennessee and three other states will decide on hunting in November

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May 14, 2010

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NASHVILLE, Tennessee: Hunting rights will be voted on in four states this November, Tennessee joins Arizona, Arkansas and South Carolina in the vote for expanded hunting rights, including the hunting of non-threatened species list, in the case of Tennessee. The other three states seek to allow residents the right to hunt game and fish in the state as well. The four states seeks to expand hunting rights were some local residents were trying to restrict hunting rights, such as the Ottawa Hills deer hunting petition drive in Ohio. Although the petition drive did not garner enough signatures to be put in the ballot, it shows that hunting issues are going both ways.

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