"The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor
prohibited by it to the States, are reserved to the States respectively, or to
This is a necessary and important thing for Utah. We need to be able to control
our own environmental and wildlife policies. And since when have all 50 states
had to have a thriving population of anything to be declassified as endangered?
What a joke! Thank you Chaffetz and thankyou Matheson, who is now behaving like
a conservative to try to help his reelection bid. Don't be fooled by Matheson
though. He won't stay conservative for long. Only until after the election.
I'm sure it makes sense to "establish" the gray wolf in Washington D.C. too, or
Florida, or other places they never were and would never survive in. Such idiocy
policy only guarantees that environmentalists get their way forever.I'm sure this bill greatly conflicts Jim Matheson. He is such an environmental
true believer, it's shocking that he would even consider allowing state control
of anything--but then he is up for relection, so time to throw a couple of bones
to his constituents.
Utah leaders are showing true leadership.....! Continue the fight for HR6028!!
This bill solves the issue around the states.... if states want wolves they will
have them under this bill. If they don't they won't. There has been enough tax
dollars spent on this animal to build brand new high schools in almost every
state in the union! Enough is enough! The animal has eroded the effectiveness
of the Endangered Species Act. Putting the Gray wolf in the same catagory as
the Black footed Ferret or Whooping Crane is absurd!
Get rid of Matheson and Chaffetz, not wolves.