Full Statute Name:  North Dakota. Constitutional Measure 1 Hunting, Fishing, Trapping (2000)

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Primary Citation:  Constitutional Measure 1 (2000) Country of Origin:  United States Last Checked:  August, 2014 Date Adopted:  2000
Summary: This amendment would provide that hunting, trapping, and fishing are a valued part of residents' heritage and will be preserved for the people and managed by law and regulation for the public good. It passed in 2000 (77% of votes).
Statute Text: 

Full Text of Constitutional Measure No. 1

Appearing on the November 7, 2000 General Election Ballot

CONSTITUTIONAL MEASURE NO. 1

HOUSE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION NO. 3018

A concurrent resolution to create and enact a new section to article XI of the Constitution of North Dakota, relating to hunting, trapping, and fishing.

STATEMENT OF INTENT

This amendment would provide that hunting, trapping, and fishing are a valued part of residents' heritage and will be preserved for the people and managed by law and regulation for the public good.

BE IT RESOLVED BY THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES OF NORTH DAKOTA, THE SENATE CONCURRING THEREIN:

That the following proposed new section to article XI of the Constitution of North Dakota is agreed to and must be submitted to the qualified electors of North Dakota at the general election to be held in 2000, in accordance with section 16 of article IV of the Constitution of North Dakota.

SECTION 1. A new section to article XI of the Constitution of North Dakota is created and enacted as follows:

Hunting, trapping, and fishing and the taking of game and fish are a valued part of our heritage and will be forever preserved for the people and managed by law and regulation for the public good.

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