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Bison Hunt

A federal court in Montana ruled against a neighborhood group seeking to halt a ceremonial tribal bison hunt. The group members claimed they have trouble renting cabins because “the killing field is unpleasant” and that the hunt “robs them” of the opportunity to enjoy watching or photographing the bison.

BILLINGS, Mont. – A federal court in Montana ruled against a neighborhood group seeking to halt a ceremonial tribal bison hunt. The group members claimed they have trouble renting cabins because “the killing field is unpleasant” and that the hunt “robs them” of the opportunity to enjoy watching or photographing the bison.

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