From the Casper Star Tribune in Wyoming:

For nearly half a century, some of Wyoming’s biggest trophies prowled just out of hunters’ reach.

The state has tried to buck federal constraints on hunting. But aside from a few short-lived victories and a recent win on wolves, its grizzly bears and gray wolves remained firmly in the custody of the U.S. government, shielded by the stringent terms of the Endangered Species Act.

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