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Voters on Tuesday rejected a ballot measure to make hunting and fishing constitutional rights in Arizona and forbid laws or rules that restrict such activities. Read more»

The javelina is a game species in Arizona. Groups advocating for those who hunt and fish say those sports deserve protection under the state constitution, but opponents call the move a power grab that would make it difficult for citizens to make changes via initiatives.

Advocates for those who hunt and fish say a ballot proposition that would establish a constitutional right to those sports in Arizona is long overdue. Opponents say amending the constitution would change the way officials can manage hunting and fishing. Read more»