Pennsylvania: Mentored Hunting Legislation Passes in the House

| June 7, 2017

Pennsylvania: Mentored Hunting Legislation Passes in the House

Yesterday, June 6, the Pennsylvania House of Representatives unanimously passed legislation expanding Pennsylvania’s mentored hunting programs.  There is currently a loophole in state law which prohibits the Pennsylvania Game Commission from implementing mentored hunting programs for youth between the ages of 12-17.  House Bill 485, sponsored by state Representative Neal Goodman (D-123), is a technical fix which is intended to correct this problem and reinstate the original legislative intent of Pennsylvania’s mentored hunting program.  Further, HB 485 would create a discounted general hunting license for Hunter Trapper Education (HTE) instructors. 

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