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As I voted on Nov. 6, I almost laughed out loud when I saw the question asking voters to amend Kentucky's Constitution to protect the right to hunt and fish.
My first thought was protect hunting and fishing from whom, or what?
Trying to keep people in Kentucky from hunting and fishing is like trying to get diehard UK basketball fans to not wear blue. It ain't gonna happen.
I've read the arguments behind the amendment - the preservation of a God-given right to harvest game and keep animal herd population numbers in check.
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