Louisiana State senator weighs in on red snapper issue

BATON ROUGE — Federal officials should travel to the Capitol building here and explain why the state’s recreational red snapper season has shrunk to just nine days, according to an unopposed vote of the Louisiana Senate. In the resolution adopted Monday by senators, 30 of whom signed on as co-authors, seven areas of interest were listed for possible discussion, ranging from fish lengths and quotas to stock assessments and management decisions. continued

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