A Legislative committee is preparing to review a state proposal for a bobcat and hunting season in New Hampshire that's received much public opposition.
The 10-member Joint Legislative Committee on Administrative Rules is meeting Friday morning at Representatives' Hall.
In February, New Hampshire's Fish and Game Commission narrowly approved a bobcat hunting and trapping season after more than a quarter-century. Fifty bobcat permits would be issued through a lottery.
The proposal generated the biggest response it's received during a public comment period in years, and most of it was negative.
The committee may make objections to the proposal. It also may vote to sponsor a joint resolution to delay the plan's adoption for a limited time for the Legislature to consider it.