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It is time for the Alaska Board of Game to become responsive to the general public, not just the special-interest hunting and trapping groups. The way to accomplish this is to have fair and balanced representation on the board which reflects the differing views of this public.
As hunting and trapping revenues decrease across the country, it is imperative that such boards become responsive to the majority of the people, who neither hunt nor trap, as future funding will come increasingly from non-hunting/trapping sources. Let's get the Alaska Board of Game out of the Dark Ages!