In a case arising
out of Lamoille County, the court upheld the aggravated assault conviction
of Eric Patch Junior, who was out partridge hunting in November of 2006 when he
saw movement in a tree, fired his 12-gauge shotgun and hit a deer hunter.
Rifle hunters are staging
their gear this week, getting ready for Saturday’s opening day of deer
While the overall number of
hunters has declined in the past decade, their economic impact remains strong.
the least restrictive gun laws in the nation.
In the wake of the recent Supreme Court decision striking down a ban on
handguns in our nation’s capital, we look at why Vermont’s
gun laws are different, and why gun rights aren’t
always a partisan issue.
A Northeast Kingdom farmer is fighting a state rule that he says unfairly restricts his business of raising elk and deer.
But part of his business involves charging people a fee to shoot the animals. And the state is opposed to these kinds of “captive hunting” operations.