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Rule allows killing of wolves attacking livestock

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SPOKANE, Wash. (AP) — A wolf caught in the act of attacking livestock or pets in parts of Washington can immediately be killed by the property owner without a permit, the state Fish and Wildlife Commission decided Friday. Previously, livestock owners needed to obtain a state permit to kill a gray wolf that was attacking their animals. The commission unanimously approved a temporary emergency...

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