Nebraska Mountain Lion Hunting Permit Measure (2012)
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will not appear on a ballot
The proposed measure would allow residents to pay $25 for a chance to win a mountain lion hunting permit in a random drawing.
It was introduced by Sen. LeRoy Louden.
According to reports, the bill was introduced in response to increased mountain lion sightings in the state.
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