Louise Knott Ahern — of Lansing State Journal — puts together a good synopsis of the events that led up to the federal judge’s decision to place Great Lake wolves back on the endangered species list.
Two months after a federal judge dropped a bombshell ruling that placed Great Lakes gray wolves back on the endangered species list, hunting proponents and natural resource officials are lining up options to overturn the decision.
Three members of Michigan’s congressional delegation have joined several others in co-sponsoring a resolution calling on federal wildlife officials to intervene.
House Resolution 884, co-sponsored by Michigan Republican Reps. Dan Benishek, Tim Walberg and Bill Huizenga, along with 12 other members of the House, would direct the Secretary of the Interior to re-issue an order from 2012 that removed wolves from the endangered species list. A second bill would prohibit federal protections altogether…
Read the entire article on lansingstatejournal.com: Who should manage Michigan’s wolves?