Wyoming governor wants single federal voice on wolves


JACKSON, Wyo. (AP) -- Gov. Dave Freudenthal wants the federal government to pick a single point person to determine whether Wyoming's wolf management plan is sufficient for lifting federal protection of wolves.

Federal officials have sent the state mixed signals, bogging down an already complicated delisting process, Freudenthal said.
The governor requested the Bush administration designate a single representative on wolf issues in a July 9 letter to Interior Secretary Gale Norton.


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