The European Union Parliament will reportedly take up a bill next year that will require wild game to be certified as fit and healthy before it is shot. It would also have to be examined by a veterinarian after it is shot to make sure there are no "abnormalities." Hunters say the first requirement is pretty much impossible; it is wild game, after all. And the second would be prohibitively expensive and time-consuming. EU officials say that the requirements aren't as onerous as they sound.
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