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How elected officials vote on wolves

The power to protect wolves lies in the hands of our elected officials

Federal Government

Federal officials play a key role in determining whether wolves receive protection under the Endangered Species Act. This vital legislation ensures consistent safeguarding of wolves across state borders and prohibits hunting and trapping.

President
  • Appoint staff to federal agencies, such as the Department of the Interior and U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service, that oversee wolf management
  • Sign or veto bills to list or delist wolves as an endangered species
U.S. Senate
  • Confirm or reject the President’s appointments to agencies that oversee wolf management
  • Pass wolf bills to list or delist wolves as an endangered species
U.S. House of Representatives
  • Pass wolf bills to list or delist wolves as an endangered species
State Government

Once federal protections are removed, state governments take control of wolf management. State officials can pass laws and regulations to protect wolves or define management practices, such as establishing hunting and trapping seasons.

Governor
  • Appoint staff to state agencies that oversee wolf management
  • Sign or veto state wolf population management bills
State Senate
  • Confirm or reject the Governor’s appointments to state agencies that oversee wolf management
  • Pass state wolf management bills and resolutions
State House of Representatives/Assembly
  • Pass state wolf management bills and resolutions

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