Alaska Wildlife Alliance
Testify for Alaska's Wolves
would accelerate the addition
of new predator control areas in the State
176 and HB
256 would clear the way for the Alaska Board of Game to expand state
wolf and bear killing programs. These bills would immunize the Board of Game
from corrective lawsuits. Simply put, the Board of Game is attempting to
provide legislation that would exempt them from legal responsibility for
irresponsible wildlife management. Apparently they are annoyed at repeatedly
being found by the courts to be in violation of their own regulations.
The Alaska Board of Game should not be allowed to immunize
themselves from lawsuits, especially when they are often on the losing end of
Please note that your testimony should be brief and to
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P.S. There's an important Board of Game meeting coming up this January 25-28. RSVP now to attend! The meeting is in Anchorage,
in the large conference room in the Coast International Inn (just north of
International Airport Road and just west of Spenard, at 3450 Aviation Avenue).
It begins on Friday morning at 8:30, and goes all the way through late
afternoon each day through Monday. Please attend all you can, listen, and show
your support for wildlife conservation. Attendance, especially on Friday
afternoon and Saturday morning, would be extremely helpful. Look for your
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