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I am a dog owner, I would never bring my dog with me to a restaurant. Nor would I want to be eating next to a dog at a restaurant. It could be disturbing (barking) and the hair would be all over. Now we have to be on the look out for human hair and dog hair in our food. Great job NYS. Instead of focusing on the economy and education we are worried about bringing dogs to restaurants. Wonder why so many people move out of state.
I 100% agree with this. As a Westchester resident who is currently bleeding taxes, I have a big problem with an entire arm of county government existing primarily to pander to hunters. Why should my taxes pay for these officials who do little for wildlife other than to make sure there are enough animals for sportsmen to kill? What other hobby has full govt support?
I do not approve of hunting on taxpayer funded lands. Bowhunting is a niche hobby happening in places where I like to peaceably enjoy the park with my family. Most taxpayers are in fact not hunters, and cringe at the thought of arrows piercing flesh.
The municipalities and county should be completely liable for any injury that results from hunting, as their decisions put the public in danger. Thanks to this group for pointing this out. In places where trapping is legal, the public and pets are routinely harmed by hidden traps and no one is liable. More people should file this motion. And should the public be disturbed by seeing a wounded deer with an arrow through its nose (as happened in New Jersey recently) the govt should pay the tab for psychological distress and damage caused by their endorsement of this blood sport.
you may want to check your facts as the war is over
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