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Pennsylvania

It is unlawful to hunt wildlife on Sundays. Exceptions include the hunting of foxes or coyotes and any hunting which occurs on noncommercial regulated hunting grounds holding a valid permit. The law does not apply to removal of lawfully taken game or wildlife from traps or the resetting of the traps on Sunday.

Economic Contributions of Sunday Hunting Alternatives in Pennsylvania

 

In the News

Lawmakers still seeking deal to allow Sunday hunting in Pennsylvania

Family Life Report: Repealing Pennsylvania Blue Laws

Outdoors notebook: Lawmakers take another crack at Sunday hunting

Farina working to remove ban on Sunday hunting

Farina leads new Sunday hunting push

An easy bullseye - allow Sunday hunting in Pennsylvania: Janet Nyce

Of bills, ticks, outdoor apps

Your comments: Should New Jersey and Pennsylvania OK Sunday hunting?

Sunday hunting faces uncertainty in Pennsylvania

Sunday hunting 'sit-in' planned

Frye: A look around the outdoors

Jews, Hunters and Sunday Hunting Bans

COMMENTARY: Sunday ban on hunting should be lifted

Bill would allow Sunday hunting on commercial land

Sunday hunting support

Sunday hunting on horizon

Pa. suit asks judge to toss ban on Sunday hunting

Debate on Sunday hunting heats up between state congressmen

Sunday Hunting: How Will Pennsylvania's Duel Play Out?

All Pa. farmers don't oppose Sunday hunting

Religious Issues in Sunday Hunting (Originally published in the Warren Times Observer, Warren, PA., January 7, 2006.)

Time for Pennsylvania to allow Sunday hunting

NRA, farmers could divide conservatives

PA Game Commission Supports Sunday Hunting; Passes Resolution

Decision time for Sunday hunting

End to Sunday hunting ban is debated - heated as opposition, backers square off (Pittsburgh Post-Gazette)

EDITORIAL: Why not on Sunday? (Beaver County Times)

Sunday hunting: the time has come (The Times Leader)

 

Economic Impact of Eliminating Sunday Hunting Bans

  JOBS WAGES OUTPUT
DIRECT 4,405 $99,402,142 $264,510,822
INDIRECT 1,243 $53,752,834 $186,698,508
INDUCED 2,545 $92,475,459 $313,082,159
TOTAL 8,193 $245,630,435 $764,291,489

 

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