Politics & Government

January 4, 2014 12:00 AM

New law banning dogs in bear hunting has immediate impact

Hunters killed fewer bears in California in 2013 than during any other year in the last two decades, a trend that many agree is a direct consequence of a new law that bans hunters from using dogs to track bears.

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