I reckon as a tax paying citizen of MS you could but I really don't think it will change anything. I used to work for a state agency and from time to time there would be a group of folks who would use similar tactics to get a point across. For the most part, it never changed anything with the powers to be and they got labeled as disgruntled/crazy folks. I didn't then nor do I now agree with that mentality but it just flat the way it is in some state agencies.
You can bet, come Monday or Tuesday our seasons will be changed. I sent my e-mails like everyone else and never got one response from any member of the wildlife committee or my on representative. I took that as a big I don't care what you got to say and my vote will reflect that in the next election. I will continue to manage my land and portion of the herd that lives on it as I see fit anyway.
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