On June 18, US District Judge Yvette Kane tossed out a lawsuit that challenged Pennsylvania’s long-standing Sunday hunting ban. According to pennlive.com, Kane made the ruling roughly one year after Hunters United for Sunday Hunting (HUSH) filed the lawsuit against the state Game Commission. HUSH argued that the ban on Sunday hunting not only deprived hunters of valuable weekend hunting opportunities, but also infringed upon their religious beliefs and constitutional rights. The Game Commission contended that hunting was not a constitutional right at all, and Kane sided with the agency. Read more at the Outdoor Hub.