Farmers will now be paid for their cattle killed by the Endangered Mexican Grey Wolf

The recently introduced “Wolf and Livestock Fairness Act” will give money to farmers whose livestock are hurt or killed by the Endangered Mexican Grey Wolf.

The bipartisan legislation does come with one caveat, though: do not kill the wolf.

Lawmakers behind the Act say they want to advance a solution that promotes the recovery of an endangered species, while also supporting the livelihood of hardworking ranchers.

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