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Wisconsin Ojibwe tribes stir controversy with night deer hunt
Posted: Tuesday, November 27, 2012
Ojibwe tribes in Wisconsin are generating controversy with a proposal to hunt deer at night.
Tribes retain off-reservation hunting rights under their treaties. But the state has gone to court to block the hunt, claiming it will be unsafe.
Great Lakes Indian Fish and Wildlife Commission
, which regulates tribal hunting, has yet to issue any permits, a spokesperson said.
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Dispute between tribe, state over night hunting still ongoing
(The Pierce County Herald 11/27)
No permits yet for Chippewa night deer hunt
Controversy over nighttime tribal deer hunt deepens
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