From the capitol: wolf hunt, EAA, roads
The controversy over wolf hunting continues in Michigan with new developments this week.
Last November and December, hunters killed 23 wolves in three parts of Michigan's Upper Peninsula. That was a little more than half the number allowed under the state's new wolf hunting rules. The wolf debate didn't end with the hunt, though.
The Michigan Public Radio Network's Rick Pluta reports that there are competing ballot proposals regarding wolf hunting in Michigan, among other topics from the state capital.