Judges Reject Appeal To Bear Hunt Expansion

Appellate judges have rejected the appeals against the New Jersey Bear Hunt expansion. This is regarding the 2015 move where an October archery option was added in addition to the annual December Bear Hunt that coincides with deer hunt week. The judges ruled that this is a successful bear population control method and is backed by science. The length of the Bear Hunt is controlled New Jersey Division Of Fish And Wildlife, where if they estimate less than 20% of Bears are harvested, the hunt continues, if more than 30% then the Division stops the hunt. The New Jersey Bear Hunt was brought back in 2003 in an effort to control overpopulation, and it's been protested by some ever since. The Bear Hunt has become even more high profile after "Pedals The Bear," was apparently killed in a recent hunt.

It's apparently not okay to say okay in work chats, according to surveys. This makes sense to me. So much of our business is done via e-mails and texts, I myself work very hard to avoid confusion or appearing hostile in any manner. It's definitely a tough balance, many agree that more words appear to be more polite and thoughtful, but in this era where efficiency is so imperative, I try very hard to be concise and not waste any words or minutes. You can see the full story here.


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