A lawsuit citing the state’s “right to food” amendment has been filed to stop Maine’s ban on Sunday hunting.
The amendment was enacted last November and says Mainers have the right to hunt and harvest game of their choosing to provide food for themselves.
A lawsuit has been filed to abolish Maine’s ban on Sunday hunting. The suit cites the state's "right to food" amendment.
— CBS 13 News (@WGME) April 27, 2022
— Caitlin Andrews ? (@ActualCAndrews) April 27, 2022
Virginia Parker of Readfield filed against state on behalf of herself and her husband, Joel, to end hunting ban in #Maine because of “the unalienable Constitutional right to harvest food, superseding the old religious ban on Sunday #hunting.”https://t.co/sY2YWpzhNO
— Morning Sentinel (@OnlineSentinel) April 27, 2022