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Western Great Lakes Wolf Management Act of 2015
To prohibit treatment of gray wolves in Minnesota, Wisconsin, and Michigan as endangered species, and for other purposes.
Western Great Lakes Wolf Management Act of 2015 This bill prohibits any wolf of the species Canis lupus in Minnesota, Wisconsin, and Michigan from being treated under any status of the Endangered Species Act of 1973, including as an endangered species, a threatened species, an essential experimental population, or a nonessential experimental population. Each of those states are given exclusive jurisdiction over the management of those wolves within its borders.
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National Parks, Forests, and Public LandsCommittee on Natural ResourcesIntroducedFebruary 10th, 2015
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