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The coalition called Keep Michigan Wolves Protected says it will turn in more than 240,000 voter signatures to state election officials on Wednesday. If at least 161,305 of those signatures are deemed valid, a new state law that could lead to a wolf hunt would be at least temporarily suspended. Michigan voters would then decide the law’s fate during the November 2014 election.
For the full article, see Tim Martin, "Opponents of possible Michigan wolf hunt plan to turn in signatures aimed at forcing vote", Michigan Live, March 26, 2013.
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