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Letter to the editor: No Sunday hunting

I urge Pennsylvania lawmakers to not allow Sunday hunting. I enjoy the outdoors in our great state, and I feel that I and others should have one day a week to enjoy our beautiful woods in peace and quiet, not having to fear being shot by a careless hunter.

Many churches are located in rural areas. Should people not have the right to worship in peace and quiet and not have services disrupted by the sound of gunfire?

Some people argue that hunting will generate more revenue. But will one more day of hunting make many more people take up hunting? Are hunters suddenly going to buy more guns and hunting clothes to have one more day? I am sure they will use their same equipment, although they may use a little more ammunition.

Please do not allow hunting on Sundays.

David L. Silvis

Hempfield


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