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Measure Details

Proposed Amendment to the Constitution by the Legislature Relating to Hunting and Fishing

Arizona Ballot Measure - Proposition 109

Election: Nov. 2, 2010 (General)
Outcome: Failed

Categories:
Civil Liberties and Civil Rights
Government Operations
Animals and Wildlife

Yes
714,144
(43.52%)

Argument For

No
926,991
(56.48%)

Argument Against

Measure Text

Establishes the right of Arizona citizens to hunt, fish and harvest wildlife lawfully; grants exclusive authority to the legislature to regulate hunting, fishing and harvesting wildlife; prohibits laws that unreasonably restrict hunting, fishing, and harvesting wildlife; establishes lawful hunting and fishing as a preferred means of managing and controlling wildlife.

A "yes" vote shall have the effect of:
1. making hunting, fishing and harvesting wildlife a constitutional right,
2. giving the State Legislature exclusive authority to enact laws regulating these activities,
3. prohibiting laws that unreasonably restrict hunting, fishing and harvesting wildlife or the use of traditional means and methods,
and
4. establishing hunting and fishing as a preferred means of managing and controlling wildlife.

Yes (Check Box)

A "no" vote shall have the effect of retaining the current laws regarding hunting fishing and harvesting wildlife.

No (Check Box)

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