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Inslee orders state to rework wolf-killing policy in livestock conflicts

Conservation groups consider impending reforms to wolf management policies a victory

A happy wolf peeks over a wooden post.
Conservation groups want the Washington State Fish and Wildlife Commission to create new rules guiding sanctioned killings of wolves involved in livestock conflicts. Gov. Jay Inslee ordered the commission on Friday, Jan. 12, to update its policy. (Photo courtesy of Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife)
By Elliott Almond CDN Contributor
In a decision conservation groups hailed as a significant victory, Gov. Jay Inslee on Friday, Jan. 1
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