Another House bill introduced to remove gray wolf from Endangered Species List

Another effort has been made in the House of Representatives to remove the gray wolf from the Endangered Species List.

House Resolution 764 is similar to a bill that failed in the House back in 2020. This time it says that the final rule from the Interior Secretary will not be subject to judicial review.
This is because a U.S. District Judge from California restored protections for the wolf in most of the U.S. after the last decision.

So far, the bill has support from 23 congress members and has been referred to the Natural Resources Committee for review.

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