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ST. PAUL -- Minnesota landowners would be paid to open their property to hunters under a bill nearing a final Minnesota legislative vote.


Several other states have had success with similar programs, said Sen. Tom Saxhaug, DFL-Grand Rapids. He said the program is important because good hunting opportunities are becoming scarce.

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