Wolves in four states, MI, WI, MN & WY, could be delisted if a poison-pill-rider gets included in the following legislation: 

SUMMARY: DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR, ENVIRONMENT, AND RELATED AGENCIES, FISCAL YEAR 2017 APPROPRIATIONS BILL Subcommittee Mark: June 14, 2016 Click HERE to read full summary
U.S. Senator Tom Udall (D-N.M.), Ranking Member of the Subcommittee on the Department of the Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies, said:

“I’m deeply disappointed that the Interior Subcommittee was not able to follow the lead of our fellow Senate Appropriations Subcommittees and produce a bill that is free of poison pill riders and other partisan attacks on the environment. It’s especially frustrating because there are many good things about this bill, including strong funding levels for water infrastructure, national parks and tribal health and education programs, as well as priorities for my home state of New Mexico. But the bill includes damaging policy riders that undermine protections for imperiled species, weaken water quality protections and roll back other key environmental laws that have been on the books for decades. It also reduces funding for wildland firefighting and includes partisan cuts to programs that protect clean air and clean water. Until we are able to address these issues in a more balanced, bipartisan way, I will have to oppose this bill.”  
 

The following is one of the poison-pill-riders:        

Gray Wolves. Includes new language that overrides court rulings requiring that specific populations of gray wolves must maintain protections under the Endangered Species Act. This provision circumvents the scientific and legal process established to protect imperiled species.  Source: FY17 Interior & Environment Subcommittee Markup Bill Summary

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Ask them to “please do not approve any wolf delisting riders in the following states: MN, WI, MI, & WY.”

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Take Action for Wolves to stop damaging policy riders that undermine protections for imperiled species