U.S. District Judge scheduled hearing on tribes’ request for a preliminary injunction blocking the fall hunt for Oct. 29.

Photograph credit John E Marriott

Six Chippewa tribes filed a lawsuit on Sept. 21 seeking to block the hunt, saying hunters killed too many wolves during the state’s February season and kill quotas from the fall hunt aren’t grounded in science.

U.S. District Judge James Peterson on Friday scheduled a hearing on the tribes’ request for a preliminary injunction blocking the fall hunt for Oct. 29.

The hearing is set just one week before the season is set to begin on Nov. 6.


2 thoughts on “U.S. District Judge scheduled hearing on tribes’ request for a preliminary injunction blocking the fall hunt for Oct. 29.

  1. I wish they would just leave these beautiful and necessary animals alone!! They deserve to do their job that God put them on this earth to do, just like YOU!!!!

  2. Times are changing with so many voices and you must respect the people’s urge to end a bloody “America” for this is the land that took you in. Natives should be in office, but now be aware, we want peace in our land.

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