ENTERPRISE — As legislative disputes over how to allocate state money heat up, so does the old dispute between livestock producers and proponents of wolves. That has been evident recently in a state House committee considering two bills that would compensate ranchers for losses to predators.
Those bills had hearings Thursday, March 23, before the House Ag and Natural Resources Committee where numerous proponents and opponents of House Bill 2631 and HB 2633 had their say. The big difference appears to be a multiplier that has been added to the bills for compensation to ranchers for confirmed livestock kills by wolves.
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