LANSING (WKZO) -- A bill that sets the stage for possible wolf hunting in Michigan is headed for the governor's desk after final approval by the state Senate. The bill designates the gray wolf as a game animal. Governor Snyder is expected to ask the Michigan Natural Resources Commission to explore the issue of allowing a hunt in the Upper Peninsula.
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