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United States v. Helsley

Citation: 9 ELR 20326
No. No. CR-78-91-BLG, 463 F. Supp. 1111/(D. Mont., 01/11/1979)

The court declares the Airborne Hunting Act of 1971 unconstitutional because it violates the states' reserved power to regulate fish and wildlife and dismisses one count of a criminal information filed against defendants. Defendants, who were charged with violating the Act by engaging in airborne hunting, challenged the statute's validity....

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