Patricia Randolph’s Madravenspeak (column): Wolf persecution is another tragedy of the commons

Wolves of Douglas County News

In her latest column Randolph makes a compelling argument for keeping wolf management out of the hands individual states. She supplies the information needed on what, where and how to stop these anti wolf bills.

Source: The Capital Times, PATRICIA RANDOLPH | state columnist Dec 6, 2015
“It is imperative that wolf delisting language, along with other harmful policy riders that weaken the Endangered Species Act, are kept out of upcoming government funding negotiations.” ~ Howling for Wolves alert
Wolves are again the target of blood lust. This time riders are being attached to a must-pass federal budget deal. They throw Michigan, Minnesota, Wisconsin and Wyoming wolves off the Endangered Species List, permanently, and bar the courts from protecting them. The courts have been the only check and balance on good ol’ boy trophy-killing of wolves. The riders authored by Sen. Ron Johnson, R-Wis., and Sen. John Barrasso, R-Wyo., endanger…

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