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By David Keene
Allowing states to innovate could reduce dependency on bureaucracy
Topic - Game Commission
It wasn't the $150 fine that caused central Pennsylvania farmer Jack Coble to spend thousands of dollars fighting a summary offense filed against him by the Game Commission, it was the constitutional principle that protects against self-incrimination.
A new legislative study says merging Pennsylvania's Fish and Boat Commission with the Game Commission could save nearly $5 million annually in personnel costs.
Republican Gov. Tom Corbett's office has warned the state Game Commission not to consider promoting a senior official in charge of wildlife habitat management to executive director, citing ethics questions.
The most feared predator in the ocean received new protections today when a California commission decided the great white shark should be studied as a potential endangered species.