Full Statute Name:  Wyoming. Right to Hunt, Fish and Trap, Amendment B

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Primary Citation:  Amendment B (2012) Country of Origin:  United States Last Checked:  September, 2014 Date Adopted:  2012
Summary: The adoption of this amendment will recognize and preserve the heritage of Wyoming citizens' opportunity to fish, hunt and trap wildlife, subject to regulation as prescribed by law. It was passed by 84.8% of voters in 2012.
Statute Text: 

Constitutional Amendment B

Following is the ballot language of Constitutional Amendment B as it will appear on the 2012

General Election ballot:

The adoption of this amendment will recognize and preserve the heritage of Wyoming citizens' opportunity to fish, hunt and trap wildlife, subject to regulation as prescribed by law.

A complete copy of 2011 Senate Enrolled Joint Resolution No. 3, Original Senate Joint Resolution No. 0001 is attached.

ORIGINAL SENATE

JOINT RESOLUTION

NO. 0001

ENROLLED JOINT RESOLUTION NO. 3, SENATE

SIXTY-FIRST LEGISLATURE OF THE STATE OF WYOMING

2011 GENERAL SESSION

A JOINT RESOLUTION proposing to amend the Wyoming Constitution by recognizing and preserving the heritage of Wyoming citizens' opportunity to fish, hunt and trap wildlife.

BE IT RESOLVED BY THE LEGISLATURE OF THE STATE OF WYOMING, two-thirds of all the members of the two houses, voting separately, concurring therein:

Section 1. The following proposal to amend Wyoming Constitution, by creating Article 1, Section 38 is proposed for submission to the electors of the State of Wyoming at the next general election for approval or rejection to become valid as a part of the Constitution if ratified by a majority of the electors at the election:

Article 1. Section 38. Opportunity to hunt, fish and trap.

The opportunity to fish, hunt and trap wildlife is a heritage that shall forever be preserved to the individual citizens of the state, subject to regulation as prescribed by law, and does not create a right to trespass on private property, diminish other private rights or alter the duty of the state to manage wildlife.

Section 2. That the Secretary of State shall endorse the following statement on the proposed amendment:

ORIGINAL SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION

NO. 0001

ENROLLED JOINT RESOLUTION NO. 3, SENATE SIXTY-FIRST LEGISLATURE OF THE STATE OF WYOMING

2011 GENERAL SESSION

The adoption of this amendment will recognize and preserve the heritage of Wyoming citizens' opportunity to fish, hunt and trap wildlife, subject to regulation as prescribed by law.

(END)

Speaker of the House President of the Senate

Governor

TIME APPROVED: _________

DATE APPROVED: _________

I hereby certify that this act originated in the Senate.

Chief Clerk

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