(Bismarck, ND) — The North Dakota Senate is advancing a bill that would provide resident rates for out-of-state National Guard members to obtain hunting and fishing licenses. The bill would allow non-resident National Guard members to be granted in-state hunting and fishing privileges at the resident rate. Supporters say it will give National Guard members an equal opportunity to enjoy recreation while serving in North Dakota. The bill is headed to Governor Burgum’s desk for signature.
ND Senate Advances National Guard Hunting, Fishing License Bill