From an AP story in The Holland Sentinel:
_The Michigan Senate has voted unanimously to let farmers kill gray wolves caught in the act of attacking their livestock — assuming the state removes the wolf from its threatened species list. . . .
Legislation approved Thursday also would let the owners of hunting dogs kill wolves caught attacking their dogs.
The DNR supports the bills. They soon could reach Gov. Jennifer Granholm.
However, the issue could become moot if environmental groups win a lawsuit seeking to return wolves to the federal endangered species list._