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32-1075. Same; regulation of prairie chickens and prairie chicken habitats in Kansas. (a) The state of Kansas, acting through the Kansas legislature and through the Kansas department of wildlife, parks and tourism, possesses the sole regulatory authority to govern the management, habitats, hunting and possession of lesser prairie chickens and greater prairie chickens that exist within the state of Kansas.

(b) The lesser prairie chickens and the greater prairie chickens that exist within the state and the habitats of such species, are not subject to the endangered species act of 1973, as in effect on the effective date of this act, or any federal regulation or executive action pertaining thereto, under the authority of congress to regulate interstate commerce.

(c) Any federal regulation or executive action pertaining to the endangered species act of 1973, as in effect on the effective date of this act, that purports to regulate the following has no effect within the state:

(1) The lesser prairie chicken;

(2) the greater prairie chicken;

(3) the habitats of such species;

(4) farming practices that affect such species; or

(5) other human activity that affects such species or the habitats of such species.

History: L. 2014, ch. 103, § 5; May 22.



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