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BILL TO BE VOTED ON TO INCREASE MARYLAND FISHING LICENSE FEES BY $10
Thursday, February 21, 2013

Bills are being sponsored by Maryland Delegates Richard Colburn and Roy Dyson (House Bill 1241), along with State Senators Jay Jacobs and John Wood (Senate Bill 0525) that would establish a special fund that would be used to finance specified enforcement activities of the Natural Resources Police. It would be funded with by increasing Maryland recreational and commercial fishing licenses by $10.

The State House had the first reading of the bill on February 8th. The Senate is schedule to have a hearing on the bill on March 6th.

Now is the time to contact your State Senator or Delagate to voice your comments regarding the bill.


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