From the Detroit Free Press:_
LANSING — Michigan might be inching closer to allowing a moose hunt in the state._

The state Senate unanimously approved a bill today that would direct the Michigan Natural Resources Commission to set up an advisory council for a moose hunt and an annual hunting season. The legislation now heads to the House.

There could be a limited moose hunt within two years of the measure becoming law if the advisory council recommends a hunt. Effects on the moose population would have to be considered before an expanded hunt could be approved.

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