The State House could vote today to adopt legislation that would circumvent citizen-initiated ballot items related to hunting wolves.
Currently, there are three wolf-related initiatives that can be voted on in November. If the new law passes, it would render those initiatives moot -- without the Governor's signature.
Demonstrators from both sides of the issue organized outside the Capitol, some urging legislators to let them vote.
Tonight at five, News 10's Lorne Fultonberg explains what the result of the vote means for the wolf hunt -- and what it means for the political process.
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