Oklahoma lawmaker proposes a bill to create a Bigfoot hunting season?

Bigfoot may be a considered a myth — but that’s not stopping one Oklahoma lawmaker from proposing open season on the creature.

Rep. Justin Humphrey introduced the bill to the Oklahoma legislature earlier this month. The bill reads that the hunting season would be regulated by the Oklahoma Wildlife Conservation Commission, which would set annual dates along with specific hunting licenses and fees.
“A lot of people don’t believe in Bigfoot, but a lot of people do,” Humphrey said in a news release.
He suggested that creating a hunting season for the creature could help draw in tourists.

Is the lawmaker really not busy enough with important issues?

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