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HOUSE BILL NO. 215
INTRODUCED BY D. EWER, P. CLARK
AN ACT PROHIBITING THE USE OF ELECTRONIC MOTION-TRACKING DEVICES WHILE HUNTING.
BE IT ENACTED BY THE LEGISLATURE OF THE STATE OF MONTANA:
Section 1. Restriction on use of electronic motion-tracking device while hunting. It is unlawful for a person, while hunting, to possess any electronic motion-tracking device or mechanism, as defined by commission rule, that is designed to track the motion of a game animal and relay information on the animal's movement to the hunter. A radio-tracking collar attached to a dog that is used by a hunter engaged in lawful hunting activities is not considered a motion-tracking device or mechanism for purposes of this section.
Section 2. Codification instruction. [Section 1] is intended to be codified as an integral part of Title 87, chapter 3, part 1, and the provisions of Title 87, chapter 3, part 1, apply to [section 1].
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