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Bill to End Pennsylvania Sunday Hunting Ban Introduced

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State representative Frank Farino has introduced a bill to allow Sunday hunting in Pennsylvania.

Farino believes lifting the Sunday hunting ban would funnel over $800 million in additional annual revenue to Pennsylvania’s economy.

Marc Gergely, the bill’s co-sponsor, points out that Sunday hunting is allowed in all of Pennsylvania’s bordering states.

If Sunday hunting were permitted in Pennsylvania, season lengths would need to be adjusted to make up for the extra hunting days and minimize over-harvest of the state’s wildlife resources.

We’ll continue following the bill as it moves through the Pennsylvania house and keep you posted on its progress or lack thereof.

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Bill to End Pennsylvania Sunday Hunting Ban Introduced