Utah lawmakers urge Congress to take wolves off endangered species list
SALT LAKE CITY — A resolution urging Congress to exempt wolves from the endangered species act has been approved by the state Legislature.
SCR15 passed the House 60-8 on Wednesday and now goes to Gov. Gary Herbert for his action.
The resolution, presented with a wolf-like howl on the House floor by Rep. Mike Noel, R-Kanab, states that wolves are no longer endangered and threaten rural economies.
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