Maine lawmakers unanimously reject lobster bycatch bill

AUGUSTA – Lawmakers on the Maine Legislature’s Joint Standing Committee on  Marine Resources effectively killed a bill Wednesday that would allow  fishermen to keep and sell lobsters caught in trawling nets. The  panel voted unanimously — with two members absent — to defeat the  bill, a move that likely means it will fail when it comes up for full  votes in the House and Senate. continued

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