2011 Senate Bill 207

House Roll Call 239: Passed

To allow a child less than age 10 to hunt if accompanied by an individual qualified under a new government “mentored youth hunting program” the bill would establish. A “mentor” would have to be at least age 21 and have previous hunting experiencehave or have taken a government-approved “hunter safety” class. The bill would also eliminate the minimum hunting age, and establish modest hunting license fees for children less than age 10.

86 Yeas / 22 Nays
Republican (60 Yeas / 2 Nays)
Democrat (26 Yeas / 20 Nays)
Excused or Not Voting (2)