The Craig Fahle Show

Competing Wolf Hunt Initiatives May Make Michigan Ballot

Friday, March 14, 2014

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Michigan's wolf debate is a drama involving Native American tribal relationships and regional tensions. Rick Pluta of Michigan Radio explains as the narrative unfolds.

According to Pluta, Upper Peninsula residents say they reserve the right to decide how to handle their wolf problems, as opposed to Oakland County residents calling the shots.

The Salt Saint Marie tribe says it has a sacred relationship with the grey wolf and wants the animal's protection.

Tune in to learn more about this developing story.