Washington wildlife commissioners vote against wolf-livestock rule

From The Spokesman-Review in Spokane, Washington:

Washington will not implement wolf-livestock rules two years after Gov. Jay Inslee asked state wildlife managers to reduce the number of wolves killed.

The 9-person commission voted 5-4 to not adopt the rule Friday morning. With that vote the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife will continue to manage wolves under the wolf-livestock protocols which have been developed in the 14 years since wolves naturally returned to the state.

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