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Bill would allows out-of-state aerial hunters to hunt in Montana

Caven Wade

UM Legislative News Service

University of Montana School of Journalism

The Senate Agriculture, Livestock, and Irrigation Committee advanced a bill Thursday that would allow non-residents to hunt coyotes and red foxes on private property from the air.

The bill cleared the House 75-24 on Jan. 26 before moving to the Senate. 

Rep. Brandon Ler, R-Savage, is co-sponsoring House Bill 104, which would remove a regulation that non-residents can’t hunt from airplanes in counties that do not share a border with another state.

“This just takes away that section of code, so now any...


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