LANSING (WKZO) -- The Michigan House is expected to approve legislation that would let the state Natural Resources Commission determine which species may be hunted in Michigan.
State Representative Ed McBroom is a supporter of the idea because says the Natural Resources Commission could finally allow a wolf hunt in the Upper Peninsula. He resents an effort to get the issue on a statewide ballot, saying that out of state groups who know nothing about the U.P. are behind it.
The state legislature is also looking at a plan to add a referendum to the 2014 ballot asking voters if they want hunting rights to be guaranteed in the state constitution.