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New Legislation Could Allow Deer Hunting on Sundays

Posted: Jun 08, 2018 9:28 PM Updated:
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DOVER, Del. — Delaware lawmakers are considering legislation to remove a ban on hunting deer during most Sundays. 

A bill passed in The state Senate on Thursday would allow deer to be hunted on Sundays during deer seasons. The bill now heads to the state House. 

Supporters say the legislation will help cut down on crop damage caused by deer. Farmers say deer crop damage can cause tens of thousands of dollars in damage. 

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