Opposition to gray wolf decision
In September, Judge Friedman of the District of Columbia District Court overturned the Service's delisting of a Great Lakes population of gray wolf, and remanded the matter to the Service for further analysis. (See here for previous commentary from this blog.) The decision is criticized in this article from the Green Bay Press Gazette.
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