Michigan Senate votes to pass pro-wolf hunt measure
The Michigan Senate has adopted a citizen petition initiative to allow wolf hunting in the Upper Peninsula and overhaul wildlife management rules. It would let the Natural Resources Commission designate game animals, and make irrelevant two November questions before voters to decide the issue.
It cleared the Senate on a 23-10 mostly party vote.
The measure now goes to the state House, which could vote on it later this month.
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