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The legislature meets every 2 years here, no waiting period. I think in the last 11 sessions there has been some aspect of no trespass brought up 9 times. When Idaho went down it really emboldened Farm Bureau and the ND Stockmen's Asc. here. The Devils Lake basin has been fee hunting for years, Oakes-Luden, Mott, mule deer in the badlands, etc. Selling public wildlife is eaiser when there is closed access. I can't imagine the amount of money Farm Bureau & Stockmen wasted on this bill. So it is dead at least until 2021.

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Remo has been fighting this issue for us sportsman for decades he’s a very good man. 



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Glad it's dead,  but you can bet your bottom dollar that this will come up again.  But for now we're okay.


Thanks to all of you who sent e-mail, calls, etc.  That had a positive effect on the outcome. 


And a major thanks to Dick for all his hard work, keeping us posted and all the links he provided.  He's a one man steamroller!


Thanks again all!



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