Bill to postpone wolf releases until after federal lethal control ruling vetoed by Polis

From the Coloradoan:

Gov. Jared Polis vetoed a bill that would have postponed Colorado’s wolf reintroduction, slated for December, until after a federal rule is in place for protected wolves to be legally killed in certain situations.

Senate Bill 23-256 passed the Colorado House and Senate after being heavily amended, but Polis, a Democrat who favors wolf reintroduction, refused to sign the bill Tuesday.

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