Legislator wants answers on decision to kill Washington wolf pack

Nov 2, 2012 Full story: KREM-TV Spokane

State Sen. Kevin Ranker said Thursday that he wants answers from the Washington Department of Fish & Wildlife about how it came to its decision to destroy a pack of wolves in northeastern Washington.

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Matt pnw

Tacoma, WA

#1 Nov 2, 2012
Since the government decided to protect the wolves,and do not want them dead they should pay for all damages that wolves cause,there was a reason that they were irradicated before, but now it's all about politics and not about the safety and well being of the people or ranchers the ones that pay taxes that's what we get for electing these idiots

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