"No person may disturb an individual engaged in the lawful taking of an animal with the intent to dissaude the individual or otherwise prevent the taking of the animal." --A Montana law recently upheld by the U.S. Supreme Court designed to protect hunters from animal rights activists. Quoted in yesterday's New York Times.
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