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Arizona will vote Nov. 2 on right to hunt and fish amendment

From the Arizona Game and Fish Commission

-- One of the propositions facing Arizona voters on the Nov. 2, 2010 election ballot is Proposition 109, which, if passed, would amend the state's constitution to make hunting and fishing a constitutional right in Arizona.

The Arizona Game and Fish Department and its employees are precluded by law from advocating for or against state ballot propositions while on state time or using state resources.

The Game and Fish Commission, as the policy-setting board overseeing the department, is not under the same legal restriction and may take a position or advocate on one side or the other.

Because of public interest regarding Proposition 109, the department is providing link to information about the proposition contained in the 2010 "Ballot Propositions and Judicial Performance Review Publicity Pamphlet" posted on the Arizona Secretary of State's website.

The information includes the text of the proposed amendment, analysis by the Arizona Legislative Council, and arguments for and against the proposition that have been submitted by different individuals and organizations, including an argument in favor of the proposition provided by the Arizona Game and Fish Commission.

The link below provides background information about the Arizona Game and Fish Commission's support of House Concurrent Resolution 2008 that ultimately was approved by the Arizona State Legislature, placing Proposition 109 on the November ballot.

View the April 2010 constituent communication regarding the Arizona Game and Fish Commission's support of HCR 2008 online.
 
The link below provides background information about the Arizona Game and Fish Commission's support of House Concurrent Resolution 2008 that ultimately was approved by the Arizona State Legislature, placing Proposition 109 on the November ballot. Click here to view the April 2010 constituent communication regarding the Arizona Game and Fish Commission's support of HCR 2008.

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