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Alaska Superior Court granted Defenders' Motion for Reconsideration on the application of sustained yield to the predator control programs. The court also granted the State's Motion for Reconsideration on the two programs the Board of Game changed on March 21.
Defenders of Wildlife condemns a move by Alaska state legislators who passed House Bill 256, a bill that is intended by the governor and sponsoring legislators to deny Alaskans a vote on aerial hunting later in 2008.
Full page ad in the Anchorage Daily News asking Alaska's Governor Palin if the bills she introduced in 2007 are an attempt to thwart the aerial hunting ballot measure.
Asks the Court to reconsider one point in the 54 page order that was issued.
Letter to Gov. Sarah Palin (AK), requesting clarification of intent of legislation that could block Alaskans from voting on aerial wolf hunting.
2008 Agenda for the North American Wolf Conference. April 8-10, 2008 at the Chico Hot Springs Resort in Pray, Montana
Decision by the Alaska Superior Court Judge for the Alaska Wolf predator control program case, with judgments on the sustained yield rule in the Alaska constitution, and the authorities the State of Alaska and Alaska Board of Game have in reference to world predator control, and the legality of aerial hunting in a variety of predator control zones.
Press Release regarding the Superior Court Judge's opinion on the Alaska Wolf predator control case.
The State of Alaska Superior Court released a decision that struck down predator control and bounty programs.
Defenders of Wildlife Testimony before the Alaska Board of Game Spring 2008 Meeting - Fairbanks, Alaska on March 3, 2008