A referendum to let voters decide the fate of a law that allows wolf hunts in northern Michigan will appear on the November 2014 ballot.
The campaign’s petitions to get on the ballot were certified today by a state elections board.
Jill Fritz leads the campaign Keep Michigan Wolves Protected.
"We’re going to start our educational campaign to get the issue out there and educate the voters about the issue, and look forward to seeing the people of Michigan speak out against wolf hunting and trapping in the November-2014 election," Fritz said.
The ballot campaign still has to make a decision on what to do about a second law that allows the state to establish wolf hunts, including one to be held in November of this year.
It was passed by the Legislature and signed by Governor Rick Snyder after the petition drive was launched earlier this year.
Fritz says a lawsuit is not out of the question.
The law was passed as a way to help control wolves that have moved into populated parts of the western U.P.