From WCCO TV in Minneapolis:

MADISON, Wis. (AP) — Wildlife officials in Wisconsin meet Wednesday to consider a 130-animal limit for the state’s fall wolf hunt, saying they want to protect the population after hunters killed almost twice as many wolves as allotted during a rushed spring season.

The state Department of Natural Resources’ policy board was scheduled to take up the proposal in Milwaukee, with the vote certain to be contentious.

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