Full Statute Name:  Initiated Statutory Measure 2 (Fee Killing of Certain Captive Game Animals Prohibited – Penalty – Exception)

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Primary Citation:  Measure 2 (2010) Country of Origin:  United States Last Checked:  August, 2014 Date Adopted:  2010
Summary: This 2010 ballot measure provided: A person is guilty of a class A misdemeanor if the person obtains fees or other remuneration from another person for the killing or attempted killing of privately-owned big game species or exotic mammals confined in or released from any man-made enclosure designed to prevent escape. This section does not apply to the actions of a government employee or agent to control an animal population, to prevent or control diseases, or when government action is otherwise required or authorized by law. It failed at the polls (43.4%).
Statute Text: 

Initiated Statutory Measure No. 2

SECTION 1. A new section to chapter 36-01 of the North Dakota Century Code is created and enacted as follows:

Fee killing of certain captive game animals prohibited – Penalty – Exception.

A person is guilty of a class A misdemeanor if the person obtains fees or other remuneration from another person for the killing or attempted killing of privately-owned big game species or exotic mammals confined in or released from any man-made enclosure designed to prevent escape. This section does not apply to the actions of a government employee or agent to control an animal population, to prevent or control diseases, or when government action is otherwise required or authorized by law.

SECTION 2. EFFECTIVE DATE. This Act becomes effective on November 1, 2012.

YES – Means you approve the measure as stated above. NO – Means you reject the measure as stated above.

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