Hunting licenses

A doe and fawn pronghorn wander through the Green River Basin in 2019. A bill that would increase pronghorn fees for non-resident hunters is still moving through the Senate. 

UPDATE, 3:30 p.m. Feb. 10: House Bill 200, which would increase non-resident hunting license fees, passed the house on a 43-19 vote and has moved on to the Senate, where it was referred to the Senate Agriculture, State and Public Lands and Water Resources Committee. A hearing date has not yet been set. 

ORIGINAL ARTICLE: CHEYENNE — A once-dead measure that would boost the price of some nonresident deer and pronghorn hunting licenses by as much as 300% has been revived.

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