Critics have taken fight over Idaho wolf laws to courts. How many lawsuits are there?
From the Idaho Statesman:
Months after Idaho lawmakers enacted a controversial law expanding wolf hunting and trapping, pushback from critics has continued, with a cadre of opponents once again taking their complaints to the court system.
Groups including the Humane Society of the United States, Earthjustice and Idaho-based International Wildlife Coexistence Network have threatened legal action over this spring’s wolf legislation for months. The new law eliminated Idaho’s 15-per-year wolf hunting and trapping limit and expanded the trapping season to run year-round on private land, among other expansions.