So, what happens when the people vote one way, yet the bureaucrats don't agree? It appears we may see.
A few years back, the West Virginia Legislature passed a law allowing Sunday hunting, but let counties hold local elections on the subject. The citizens of Morgan and 40 other counties voted Sunday hunting down, and it wasn't even close here. That's why we don't have Sunday hunting in Morgan County.
Now, the State Division of Natural Resources is apparently concerned about a decline in sales of hunting licenses to out-of-state hunters. Director Frank Jezioro is pushing to open deer season on Saturday (instead of Monday) and then allow hunting that Sunday.
Jezioro should apologize for trying to find a way around the people's wishes just so he can sell a few more hunting licenses.