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An Alaska Superior Court judge has refused to halt the State's wolf control program, saying that there was no showing of immediate harm. The request came as part of yet another lawsuit by Defenders of Wildlife, The Alaska Wildlife Alliance and the Alaska chapter of the Sierra Club.
The judge ruled that wolf packs can regenerate, but if the State's plans were halted, harm would be done to the project.
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