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Study: Environmental regulations turning outdoorsmen into eco-felons

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Five Gulf Coast states have over 1,000 laws that allow prosecutors to target people with criminal sanctions over rather minor infractions related to the environment and outdoor living, a new study shows, even in cases where the accused did not cause any harm or knowingly break the law. “The labyrinth of vague offenses fails to put individuals and businesses on notice as to what conduct is...

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