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By Scott Wartman
One statewide issue on November’s ballot in Kentucky will allow voters to decide whether hunting and fishing will become a constitutionally protected right.
Whether the proposed constitutional amendment will have any impact or is needed depends on who you ask.
The General Assembly passed in 2011 the legislation filed by State Rep. Leslie Combs, D-Pikeville, to put the amendment on the ballot.
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