In New Hampshire, state Rep. Bob L’Heureux was concerned that seriously or terminally ill citizens might not be able to bag a Moose, so he has passed a law allowing special hunting permits for children and adults.
The law allowed 9-year old Keith Locke to shoot a 650-pound bull. Keith suffers from an incurable autoimmune disease. He donated all the meat from the moose to the New Hampshire Food Bank.
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4 thoughts on “New Hampshire Passes Special Moose-Hunting Law Allows Terminally Ill Citizens to Kill Moose”
This was a wonderful story! God Bless all involved!
Rafflaw….if they have to suffer, then so should someone else, right?
I realize that we don’t have Moose here in Northern Illinois, but I just don’t understand why a terminally ill person would want to kill a moose before they pass away. Am I missing something??
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