House lawmakers will hear a bill Thursday that would make New Hampshire the first state to make people pay fees any time they are rescued by Fish and Game.
Backers of the proposal say they want to help Fish and Game recoup costs of expensive rescue operations.
But opponents, including the state’s volunteer search and rescue outlets, say this bill is a bad idea that could put people, and the state’s appeal to hikers at risk.
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