H.411 – (Act 110) relating to the retrieval and disposal of wild animals

Signed into law by the Governor on May 11, 2022 

Read the Act Summary

4/29/22 – Passed House and Senate

Senate 2/23/2022 – Senate Floor Action – Read 1st time and referred to Committee on Natural Resources and Energy

House 2/18/2022 – Passed House, in Senate – Read Third time and passed

House 3/9/2021 – Read First Time and referred to the Committee on Natural Resources, Fish, and Wildlife

Sponsor(s): Rep. Amy Sheldon

Subject: Fish and wildlife; hunting; retrieval and disposal of wildlife

Statement of purpose of bill as introduced: This bill proposes to establish
standards for the retrieval and disposal of certain wild animals that are
intentionally killed.

(“covered wild animal” means an animal that is a big game animal, game quadruped, game bird, fur-bearing animal, or crow. Fur-bearing wildlife important to aquatic ecosystems include but are not limited to River otter, Beaver, Mink)

Read The Bill as Introduced (3 pages)

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