By Christopher Smith

“House Bill 184 would improve the State Game Commission, the appointed body that oversees the Department of Game and Fish. The legislation, which already passed its first committee, would help create a commission that represents all New Mexicans and insulates wildlife policy decisions from political whims and financial influence.”

“During its first legislative hearing, HB 184 received support from hunters, anglers, outfitters, animal advocates and conservationists. When that spectrum of interests agrees on something, you know the proposal is meaningful, focuses on real and necessary change, and provides benefits across the ideological spectrum.”

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