ALLAHASSEE, Fla. (WFLA) — Florida voters will decide whether the right to hunt and fish should be enshrined in the state constitution. A
endment 2, titled “Right to Fish and Hunt,” states that it aims to “preserve forever fishing and hunting, including by the use of traditional methods, as a public right and preferred means of responsibly managing and controlling fish and wildlife.” A
though Florida state statute already recognizes the right to fish and hunt, Republicans in the legislature said they introduced the measure to recognize the state’s fishing traditions and industry. Fl
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