Challenge for you. Can anyone tell me one "thing" in this country that if you saw it during your daily life on public property while abiding by the law you couldn't share where you saw it for $50?
Putting the ethics and morals debate aside, a deer is a thing and if I see it I should be able to tell people where I saw it, whether they give me $50 or not. How can a law be passed to say I can't tell people what I saw while out and about?
Why has the federal government not put in place laws stopping people from telling where they saw a military base, or anything real important like that? Because it's unconstitutional. If you see something, you have the right to share what you saw and where, even for money.
Anything any of us see while out running around, we can tell others where we saw it and even accept coffee in exchange.
If the state of Wyoming doesn't want me to tell people where I see deer, they should hide them better or keep them on their private land where I can't go.
I guess that's my issue with the dumb bill they're trying to pass. Ethically and morally, maybe I'm in the wrong. Maybe some day I'll change my thinking, I don't know. But for now I think I'm fine and I think this bill is crazy.
If the government can stop people from telling where they saw a deer, what other controls over our speech could they want?