S339 - 2022 WRC Amendments. (SL 2022-65)
Session Year 2022
Overview: S.L. 2022-65 does all of the following:
- Increases penalties for violations of Wildlife Resources Commission (WRC) emergency powers or rules exercised to respond to a wildlife disease.
- Reduces fees for a fur dealer license and amend the definition of "dealing in furs."
- Includes public mountain trout waters in the Resident Subsistence Unified Inland/Coastal Recreational Fishing License Waiver.
- Defines the phrase "domestically raised waterfowl and game birds" to mean propagated mallard ducks, bobwhite quail, ringed neck pheasants, chukar partridges, and Hungarian partridges.
This act has various effective dates, please see the full summary for more information.