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Long Island Bow Hunters Allowed Closer to...

Long Island Bow Hunters Allowed Closer to...   Originally published: April 1, 2014 NEWSDAY By DAVID M. SCHWARTZ   Bow hunters on Long Island will be allowed closer to homes -- though not with crossbows -- under terms of a new law included in the state budget package. Bow hunters won't be able to shoot within 150 feet of buildings,...
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