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Federal wolf-trapping program to end in Minnesota

With Congressional leaders making massive cuts , there’s no money assigned to the program which targeted wolves near reported livestock and pet attacks. Last year alone, the trapping program in Minnesota killed nearly 200 wolves.
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With Congressional leaders making massive cuts , there’s no money assigned to the program which targeted wolves near reported livestock and pet attacks. Last year alone, the trapping program in Minnesota killed nearly 200 wolves.

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