From: tim fitzgerald
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Date: Wed Mar 05 15:07:41 MST 2014
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this will be Utah law
 
  As used in this section "game fowl" means any of several breeds of fowl reared or
             160      used for fighting other fowl.
             161           (2) It is unlawful for any person to:
             162           (a) own, possess, keep, or train game fowl with the intent to engage it in fighting with
             163      another game fowl;
             164           (b) cause a game fowl to fight with or injure another game fowl;
             165           (c) manufacture, buy, sell, trade, or possess an instrument designed to enhance the
             166      ability to, or likelihood of, causing injury to a game fowl with the intent that the instrument be
             167      used in game fowl fighting or game fowl training; or
             168           (d) permit or allow any act that violates Subsection (2)(a), (b), or (c) on any premises
             169      under the person's charge.
             170           (3) S. (a) .S A person who violates Subsection (2) is guilty of a S. class A
             170a      misdemeanor, except under Subsection (3)(b).
             170b      (b) A second or subsequent violation of Subsection (2) is a .S third degree felony.
             171           (4) This section does not prohibit the lawful use of livestock by the owner, the owner's
             172      employees or agent, or any other person in the lawful custody of livestock.
             173           (5) Any property, material, or device used or possessed in violation of this section is
             174      subject to criminal or civil forfeiture under the procedures and substantive protections
             175      established in Title 24, Chapter 1, Utah Uniform Forfeiture Procedures Act.
 
this is Idaho law
 

section 25-3520A(3)(a), Idaho Code. Each prior conviction shall constitute

19one (1) violation of the provisions of this subsection regardless of the

20number of counts involved in the conviction.

21(4) Nothing in this section prohibits any customary practice of breed22

ing or rearing game fowl, regardless of the subsequent uses of said game

23fowl

 

 

Good morning senators I have sent you to laws of Utah and Idaho one would become a law if the bill passes one is the law in Idaho the main difference is I am trying to bring across is Utah law is stomping on my civil rights to be able to raise whatever kind of chickens I would like the Utah law would have the right to bring a so-called self proclaimed experts such as John Goodman the convicted terrorist and say  my chickens are game fowl and kill them and then go whoops well there dead now nothing we can do

Idaho law it very clear on this you can raise whatever kind of chickens for whatever reason you would like on your property

This bill in my opinion goes way way past the so called intention of  animal fighting and would be one more magic silver bullet in the animal extremis guns to wipe all animal use in America

Sincerely Tim Fitzgerald