Arizona Proposition 109 is a ballot measure that would provide citizens with a constitutional right to "hunt, fish and harvest wildlife" in the state. If passed, the state legislature would have the exclusive authority to make laws regulating these rights. However, animal rights activists have targeted Prop. 109, causing a split between those who support the measure (39%) and those who oppose the measure (36%). Cam Edwards speaks with NRA Board Member and Lobbyist Todd Rathner who explains that the opposition is scared about this proposition because, if it passes, the NRA will use it in other states around the country and undermine efforts to ban hunting. Originally aired 10/15/2010.