CONCORD, N.H. (AP) New Hampshire lawmakers are considering more than a dozen bills focused on animals, including measures to ban the declawing of cats or the docking of dog tails.
But three bills before a House committee Tuesday were about killing other species.
One would repeal a prohibiting on hunting with ferrets, another would create a safari hunting license for those taking elk and boar at a private game reserve, and a third would lower the bar for killing animals that damage crops or other property.
The state Fish and Game department opposed the third bill and raised objections to the others.
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