New York Times: Wisconsin Is Sued Over Dogs in Wolf Hunts
The wildlife agency in Wisconsin, the only state that allows people to use dogs while hunting wolves, faces a lawsuit contending that it is permitting state-sanctioned animal fighting.
The suit, filed on Tuesday in Dane County Circuit Court, seeks a court injunction halting the issuing of permits by the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources for a five-month hunting season beginning in October. About 8,400 people have applied for permits so far.
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