Washington H 1119

Intro Date: Jan 12, 2016


Makes changes that gives tools to the department of fish and wildlife to ensure hunter safety by focusing on the actual person hunting and not the sporting equipment used by the hunter including, but not limited to, establishing the age of fourteen as the minimum age to participate in unaccompanied hunting.

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Representative Brian Blake

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