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Lawmakers still seeking deal to allow Sunday hunting in Pennsylvania

by WOA Admin May 19, 2016

Sportsmen's groups have been trying to change that for years, with no success. A bill introduced in the House of Representatives by Rep. Frank Farina, a Lackawanna County Democrat, and Rep. Bob Godshall, a Montgomery County Republican, and one in the Senate by Sen. Jim Brewster, an Allegheny County Democrat, are the latest attempts to eliminate the ban.


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