Ads call on Gov. Snyder to stop the hunt and leave the decision to the state’s voters in a year
LANSING MI - With the start of Michigan’s wolf trophy hunting season just four days away, Keep Michigan Wolves Protected has launched a new TV ad campaign highlighting an investigative news report’s findings that state officials used falsehoods, embellishments, and fear-mongering to win legislative approval of a wolf hunt. The ads are running in Detroit, Lansing, and Grand Rapids.
Keep Michigan Wolves Protected Calls on Gov. Snyder to Restore Accountability, Stop Nov. 15 Wolf Hunt and Allow Voters to Decide in 2014
MLive.com's Investigative Series Reveals "How half-truths, falsehoods and one farmer distorted reason for historic hunt"
LANSING, MICH. – In the wake of an independent investigation conducted by Michigan Live that showed outright falsehoods and concocted stories about wolf incidents in the Upper Peninsula, Keep Michigan Wolves Protected called the behavior of state officials shameful and urged Gov. Rick Snyder to put a stop to the imminent wolf hunting season that begins on Nov. 15.
Coalition petition drive seeks to stop trophy hunting and trapping of wolves
and restore voter rights
LANSING, Mich. – In response to overwhelming disaffection from Michigan wolf supporters over an effort by some legislators to subvert their original ballot measure, Keep Michigan Wolves Protected filed language with the Secretary of State to launch a second referendum campaign to stop the trophy hunting and trapping of wolves and restore the right of Michigan voters to weigh in on critical wildlife issues.
Keep Michigan Wolves Protected will hold the first in a series of statewide educational forums in Kalamazoo at 7 p.m., Tuesday, June 11 at Four Points by Sheraton, 3600 E. Cork St.
The Keep Michigan Wolves Protected campaign is traveling around the state to host free educational forums for the public. The forums will focus on the value of wolves both ecologically and culturally, and answer questions about the upcoming hunt and the history of wolves in Michigan.
Board of State Canvassers Certifies Petition Signatures to Place Wolf Hunt Referendum on 2014 Ballot
Meanwhile, Governor, Legislature and NRC move forward with senseless slaughter of wolves
Wolf Coalition is Deeply Disappointed in Gov. Snyder who Signs Bill that Threatens Fragile Wolf Population
Governor signs bill allowing NRC to designate animals as game species without legislative or voter oversight
Governor should uphold democratic principles and stop anti-wildlife measure from becoming law
View this pdf to learn how your State Senator voted on SB 288 – the blatantly undemocratic bill that silences our voice on wolves and hands our rights to seven unelected bureaucrats. Know how your Senator voted on a series of commonsense amendments and how they voted on final passage of the bill in the Senate.