NY governor under fire over eagle feather he found

Gov. Andrew Cuomo admitted to keeping an eagle feather that he said he found while canoeing on a lake in upstate New York.
0:36 | 08/13/18

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And a lot of people that know this Governor Cuomo recently recounted. Play full story about grabbing a feather shed by a passing eagle in the Adirondacks but little did he know. He breaking a federal law called said he knew how keeps a feather on his fireplace. His office says he was not aware of a 1940 law that prohibits non native Americans from possessing. Eagle feathers. Violators could face a 100000 dollar fine in one year in jail. The governor's office says he'll either return the feather to the area or give it to a fish and wildlife repository.

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