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Wolves serve as political tools for Wyoming candidates

[large thumbnail url=”wolves-serve-as-political-tools-for-wyoming-candidates” filename=”news” year=”2010″ month=”06″ day=”24″] [thumbnail icon url=”wolves-serve-as-political-tools-for-wyoming-candidates” filename=”news” year=”2010″ month=”06″ day=”24″] There are many things which the candidates for Park County commissioner disagree on, but one area they have determined it is politically expedient to agree on is their support of the Wyoming wolf plan.

This is an excerpt from a story in Billings Gazette from a paragraph entitled United on Wolves

All candidates were united in their stand against changing the state’s wolf management plan to make it more in line with those in Montana and Idaho.

Tilden, president of Wyoming Sportsmen for Fish & Wildlife, said he helped craft elements of the state’s wolf management plan, and that his experience on that issue would be helpful if he is elected.

Bill Yetter, 60, a Meeteetse municipal judge and a construction foreman, drew big laughs and applause when he said that “three of the most useless things in the world are a screen door on a submarine, a smoke detector in a mausoleum and a federal wildlife biologist.”

Read the entire article on billingsgazette.com: Park County commissioner candidates discuss issues

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