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2010 Senate Bill 6483: Promoting natural wildlife planning management.
  1. Introduced by Sen. James Hargrove (Hoquiam) (D) on January 15, 2010, requires the department of fish and wildlife to obtain specific legislative authorization before implementing a species management, recovery, or reintroduction plan that recognizes a method of propagation or dispersal other than natural propagation or dispersal.
    • Referred to the Senate Natural Resources, Ocean and Recreation Committee on January 15, 2010.

Comments

Re: 2010 Senate Bill 6483 (Promoting natural wildlife planning management.)  by Roosevelt 2010 on January 17, 2011 

Leave the Department of FIsh and WIldife to do their jobs.  Work on solutions to real problems.



Re: 2010 Senate Bill 6483 (Promoting natural wildlife planning management.)  by M_DragonKnight on January 16, 2010 

 Three things come to mind...  Why does the state politicians feel like they know more than the state biologist, how much does this cost the state in this time of budget woes, and, who is going to tell the wildlife about the management (heck, the powers that be can't even coyotes out of suburban King Co.  How are they gonna manage the whole wildlife)?


It is garbage bills like this that makes one realize that politicians don't really care about the budget, otherwise they would be finding ways to cut spending and government, in other words:  "Deeds not words."  Is it any wonder that the saying "Environmentalism is a dangerous mental disorder" is catching on?



Re: 2010 Senate Bill 6483 (Promoting natural wildlife planning management.)  by bdl on January 16, 2010 

 The geniuses in the State legislature obviously know more than the Fish and Wildlife biologists, regarding the propigation and control of wildlife species.



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