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AB 1230

August 28, 2013

Mammals: Use Of Dogs To Pursue Bears And Bobcats
(Tim Donnelly – R)

CRPA’s Position:  Support

AB 1230 Proposes to allow the use of dogs to pursue bears and bobcats.

Introduced: 2/22/2013

Last Amend: 3/12/2013

Status: 5/3/2013-Failed Deadline pursuant to Rule 61(a)(2). (Last location was Water Parks & Wildlife on 3/13/2013)

Location: 5/3/2013-Assembly 2 year.

Tim Donnelly
Assemblymember.Donnelly@assembly.ca.gov
PO Box 942849, Room 2002
Sacramento, CA 94249
Office : (916) 319-2033
Fax: (916) 319-2133

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Mailing Address:
California Fish and Game Commission
1416 Ninth Street
P.O. Box 944209
Sacramento, CA 94244-2090

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Mammals: Use Of Dogs To Pursue Bears And Bobcats
(Tim Donnelly – R)

CRPA’s Position:  Support

AB 1230 Proposes to allow the use of dogs to pursue bears and bobcats.

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