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Letter to the editor: Legalize Sunday hunting

Regarding the article “Sunday hunting push faces obstacles in Pennsylvania,” Sept. 14, TribLIVE): It is time to take the Pennsylvania Farm bureau out of the mix altogether. Legalize Sunday hunting in state forests and on state gamelands and be done with it.

The bureau claims written permission from landowners is a sticking point. And when legislators finally cave and give the bureau that, it will think of something else to stall.

And as far as the Keystone Trails Association? Hikers, just wear the required amount of blaze orange. See, that’s not so hard.

We can drink and gamble on Sundays — why not hunt? There is enough state land around; you really don’t need to beg a farmer to hunt. It is a shame that these two groups can ruin it for hunters who want to hunt on Sundays.

Thomas Wian

Hempfield


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