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The right to hunt and fish, and more

Tennessee voters will have a chance in November’s election to amend the state constitution to guarantee “the personal right to hunt and fish.”

The right to hunt and fish Tennessee voters will have a chance in November’s election to amend the state constitution to guarantee “the personal right to hunt and fish.” State Sen. Bo Watson says that although the U.S. Constitution guarantees gun rights, not explicitly safeguarding the right to hunt and fish “leaves open the opportunity for government to infringe on people’s rights.”

Nose rings and the Church of Body ModificationThe American Civil Liberties Union is suing a North Carolina high school that suspended a student for having a nose ring. Ariana Iacono, 14, says she and her mother belong to the Church of Body Modification. The lawsuit contends that she should be able to attend public school “without being forced to renounce her family’s religious beliefs.”

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