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Stop aerial wolf hunt: 105 congressmen sign bill

by Pat Coate | August 17, 2009

A new bill with 105 sponsors in Congress would for all purposes ban Alaska's "wildlife management" policy of shooting wolves from the air, a policy vocally defended by ex-Gov. Sarah Palin in her remarks on leaving office

"It's time to ground this air assault on wolves," said Rep. George Miller, D-California, a former chairman of the House Natural Resources Committee, and chief House sponsor of the proposal.

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