Marquette, MI – (Great Lakes Radio News) – The Michigan House of Representatives has given final approval to the Scientific Fish and Wildlife Conservation Act.
By a vote of 65-to-43, decisions on game species are now in the hands of the NRC.
The voter initiated proposal would also effectively keep the door open for wolf hunting seasons in the state.
110th District State Representative Scott Dianda, who’s Western U.P. district is in the heart of the affected area dealing with wolves, visited the SUNNY Morning Show with Walt & Mike today to share his thoughts on the measure.
It also renders as moot, two ballot proposals that would let voters decide on wolf hunting, and is immune from rejection by referendum since it includes a small appropriation.