The Maine Supreme Judicial Court this Wednesday, Oct. 4, will be hearing arguments about Maine’s 140-year ban on Sunday hunting.
The issue is whether a constitutional amendment enacted in 2021 granting a right to food means that Mainers should be able to hunt any day of the week.
Currently, hunting on private land in Maine is allowed unless the property is posted.
Opponents of Sunday hunting warn more landowners will post their property if the law changes.
The legal battle over Maine’s 140-year ban on Sunday hunting will go before the state’s highest court this week: https://t.co/ZPcOSFnJKm
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(Story via @bangordailynews)
— CBS 13 News (@WGME) October 2, 2023