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A pro-hunting coalition on Tuesday turned in 374,000 petition signatures to protect Michigan’s ability to have more gray wolf hunts, proposing a law to override two November ballot issues intended to stop wolf hunting.

Once the measure backed by Citizens for Professional Wildlife Management is certified — the group needs 258,000 valid signatures — the Republican-led Legislature will have 40 days while in session to vote.

If lawmakers approve it, the November ballot issues would become moot. If legislators do not vote, voters will see three wolf-hunting related proposals in November.

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The Arkansas Senate State Agencies and Government Affairs Committee recommended six constitutional amendments to be considered in a joint meeting with a House committee next week. Among the proposals are repealing annual legislative sessions and constitutionally protecting hunting, fishing, and wildlife trapping.

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