From the Great Falls Tribune in Montana:

HELENA — The future of the gray wolf in Montana has led to a tug-of-war between conservationists and ranchers over policy proposals in the 2019 legislative session, and both sides have claimed victories.

On Thursday, a Senate committee advanced two house bills that would make wolf hunting licenses cheaper. Rep. Bob Brown, a Republican from Thompson Falls, is carrying House bills 407 and 280, which would reduce a the license fee from $19 to $12  and add more of a discount for class AAA combination sports licenses. 

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