|Tribes not entitled to nighttime deer hunting|
By Kurt Krueger
IT?ALWAYS amazes me that Wisconsin’s Chippewa tribes want to take advantage of special hunting privileges on the argument that somebody else is allowed to do it, even if it is an apples to oranges comparison.
Most noteworthy were those early court cases in which able-bodied tribal hunters were trying to get the same road-hunting privileges as non-Indian hunters who had a disability permit.
The tribes argued that giving anyone a right to shoot from a vehicle or from a roadway means that tribal members should also have a right to do it — disability or not.Today, the six Ojibwe tribes are seeking
|Tuesday, September 03, 2013 3:23 PM|