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Hunting, fishing fee hike on table

February 8, 2013

TRAVERSE CITY (AP) — Gov. Rick Snyder on Thursday proposed hiking some of Michigan’s hunting and fishing license fees to raise money for outdoor recreation and wildlife conservation programs....

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MikeDavis

Feb-08-13 11:51 AM

That man does not deserve and, we, the people of the State of Michigan do not deserve him in the Governor's mansion. Every time he turns around it is to add another tax on the already over taxed populous. He's the biggest republican disappointment since Bill Milliken. . .and that's saying something!

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Peace2all

Feb-08-13 1:51 PM

I hope this proposal doesn't see the light of day. I wonder who's bed his boots have been under!

To hire 41 additional conservation officers and imporove parks, waterway, trails and habitat for fish and game? How about fixing little Ford River so that I don't lose more lures than it would cost to go out and eat fish? Workers I have seen move like the Esky Postal people and don't do the job they have right now. So lets hire 41 more to do the same?

Taxes are inevitable, but why always after the lower income? I never hear of increase at the harbors, golf course, yacht permits, or "Nerd" stuff, etc. to name a few.

I still think after the age of 65 years, you shouldn't have to pay tax on a darn thing! Generation of folks coming up all think they are entitled, why aren't the old that worked all their lives entitled?

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bobthebulldog

Feb-09-13 12:44 AM

i have to agree with both of the previouse comments. also the 41 extra personel i hope have something called common sense too that would help alot.

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