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SALEM — Neither ranchers nor wildlife advocates succeeded in altering Oregon’s policy for compensating wolf depredation this year, though lawmakers did infuse the program with additional cash.

Before adjourning last month, the Legislature approved $1 million in grant funding to pay for livestock losses and wolf deterrence methods, which was the biggest one-time appropriation since the program was created in 2011.

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