People opposed to wolf hunting in Michigan are protesting outside of the state capitol today.
The state Senate passed a measure that would allow the Natural Resources Commission to determine whether to schedule wolf hunting seasons.
The House will convene at noon, and while the measure is tentatively on the schedule, it's not certain whether there will be a vote.
If the House passes the measure, it will render moot two measures on the November ballot that would let voters decide whether to allow wolf hunting.
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