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Wisconsin outdoorsmen spent most of the last decade chafing at the state Department of Natural Resources, accusing the agency of ruining hunting with overly strict regulations. Republican Scott Walker told hunters on the campaign trail things would
A pair of Republican legislators have introduced a bill that would allow Wisconsin residents to purchase rifles and shotguns from dealers anywhere in the nation. The Wisconsin State Journal reports in Monday's editions (http://bit.ly/18oeUQV ) that
A Republican bill that would close down thousands of acres of forest around a northern Wisconsin mine site would help keep miners and environmental regulators safe from shadowy protesters lurking in the woods, the proposal's supporters said Wednesday.
People would be able to keep deer they capture in the wild under a proposal the state Department of Natural Resources released Thursday in hopes of heading off more emotional confrontations over pet deer. DNR officials have endured intense criticism
Organizers of the Chippewa educational encampment -- which is modeled on the harvest camps used by tribal members in the past to fish, gather food and harvest maple syrup -- say those protesters acted without their knowledge. They added that they
Walker's hopes for better luck for AB 426 the second time around are based on the three seat Republican majority in the senate after elections last month. WMC poured over $2 million into attack ads against the Democratic Party incumbent Jessica King
Night deer hunting for Wisconsin's Chippewa tribes began Monday evening, but a spokeswoman for the commission overseeing it said no hunters had obtained permits to participate. The Great Lakes Indian Fish and Wildlife Commission, which oversees the
Hunters would be allowed to kill nearly a quarter of Wisconsin's wolves this winter under rules the state Department of Natural Resources proposed Tuesday, sparking a debate over the hunt will make any dent in the state's burgeoning wolf population.
Weak U.S. and Canadian laws governing the mining sector may expose the Great Lakes to significant sources of contamination, advocacy groups say...National Wildlife Federation and Ecojustice Canada found loopholes in regional mining laws could create
Republicans introduced a bill to accommodate the sporting goods store.\n \n \n Four Democrats led by Rep. Brett Hulsey countered with a letter to the founder and CEO of Bass Pro Shops, Inc., urging them to keep their store and its 150-300 jobs out of