The Assembly Committee on Natural Resources and Sporting Heritage voted this afternoon 14-1 in favor of a bill designed to prohibit people from harassing hunters in the woods. The proposal would make it illegal for people to interfere with all forms of hunting, fishing or trapping.
The bill will now move to the Assembly floor.
Some hunters claim they’ve been harassed while pursuing their sport. They’re urged the natural resources committee to pass the bill.
Andy Schmeckel supports the bill.