NRLO tags v 3.0 HSB 669

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  1. Fishbonker

    Fishbonker Life Member

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    It appears that this bill takes the NRLO outfitter tag concept and adds an allotment of 3,000 NRLO tags. The number of over all tags is not increased, it remains at 6,000.

    Link to the bill https://www.legis.iowa.gov/legislation/BillBook?ba=HSB669&ga=88

    The bill references Iowa Code section 483A. Here is a link to that code section for reference. https://www.legis.iowa.gov/law/iowaCode/sections?codeChapter=483A&year=2020

    Page 1 line 24 of the bill starts a new section that references 483A.24 subsection 19 then line 11 on page 3 defines what that subsection 19 is.

    Subcommittee assigned:

    Representative Rob Bacon, House District 48 (Hamilton and parts of Boone and Webster counties) Email: rob.bacon@legis.iowa.gov Legislative web page: https://www.legis.iowa.gov/legislators/legislator?ga=88&personID=9384

    Representative Art Staed, House District 66 (Linn County, Cedar Rapids) Email: art.staed@legis.iowa.gov Legislative page: https://www.legis.iowa.gov/legislators/legislator?ga=88&personID=10743

    Representative David Sieck, House District 23 (Fremont, Mills and parts of Montgomery county) Email: David.Sieck@legis.iowa.gov Legislative web page: https://www.legis.iowa.gov/legislators/legislator?ga=88&personID=15920

    No date for a subcommittee meeting set as of this post, 2/11/20.
     
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  3. IowaBowHunter1983

    IowaBowHunter1983 Super Moderator Staff Member

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    That would mean the average NR dude would get to hunt iowa after like 12 points.... maybe .


    Just dumb.

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    LoessHillsArcher Well-Known Member

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    Ouch - the ones who can afford land ($$$$) get better odds at tags. This would suck for all other non-landowning non-residents.
     
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    Oh my- I take a week to slam our farm work & come back to see the legislatures have been lobotomized!!!! Oh my. Folks are really going to Have to get on the ball & fast!!! I’ll chime in soon with some Bullet points & a couple short letters I’m sending in that present the reality of impact of a lot of these repeated chaotic bills. Team effort here folks. Back soon- please everyone - pitch in and write in. That’s our Only hope to block the disastrous bills & bills that will decimate the every day hunter & our resource. Do ur part folks. Couple mins to write in. I’ll fire my 2 cents of bullet points, letters & reality of impact soon.
     
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    Hardwood11 Trump 2020

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    So many bills, who knows which one is which. This is odd to involve outfitters? Why would a NR landowner need to associate with an outfitter?
     
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    They don't. It's a loop hole. All you have to be is a registered business so if your farm is a registered business you can guide yourself. This was in one of he first bills this year and copied on this one.
     

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