In 11 states, the answer to this question is “No,” yet social media is playing a role in changing attitudes and, potentially, legislation. In Georgia, for example, the powerful Farm Bureau opposes the legalization of Sunday hunting presenting a serious challenge to change. USA Today provides the latest information for a privilege many take for granted:
Lawmakers and hunting advocates in North Carolina and three other states are working to change “blue laws” that ban hunting on Sunday. Eleven states prohibit the sport on Sunday, most for long-standing religious reasons, including Connecticut, Delaware, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Jersey, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Virginia and West Virginia, according to the Coalition to Lift State Bans on Sunday Hunting. Discussions are also underway in Connecticut, Massachusetts and West Virginia to change that.
In North Carolina, the law has been on the books since 1896…
Read More: States Set Sights on Lifting Sunday Hunting Bans (USA Today)