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POACHER PAYS BIG TIME, THANKS TO MUCC MEMBERS

October 7, 2014 | 0 Comments

Click HERE for full article from MLive.com KENT COUNTY, MI — A Lowell man pleaded guilty to poaching and was sentenced in Montcalm County District Court Friday. Jacob Powers, 25, was arraigned on the charge of taking two white-tailed deer during the closed season, the Michigan DNR said in a statement Monday. Powers has been sentenced to…

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THE MEANING, MONEY AND SCIENCE OF PROPS 1 AND 2

October 7, 2014 | 0 Comments

Click HERE for original article featured on Mlive.com LANSING, MI — Michigan voters will finally have a say on wolf hunting, but what they say this fall may not mean much at all. Proposal 1 and Proposal 2 on the November general election ballot are referendums on separate laws that paved the way for Michigan’s first-ever wolf hunt,…

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CAMO AT THE CAPITOL: YOUR POLICY RESOLUTIONS AT WORK

October 7, 2014 | 0 Comments

Camo at the Capitol is a weekly blog written by MUCC Legislative Manager, Matt Evans Yesterday afternoon the DNR issued a press release reporting the first case involving the newly enhanced deer violation penalties.  A man from Lowell, Michigan was assessed a $335 fine and $12,000 in restitution to be paid to the state’s Fish…

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