Another proposal dealing with the hunting of gray wolves has been approved for the statewide ballot.
The Board of State Canvassers on Tuesday declared that a group opposing wolf hunting in Michigan's Upper Peninsula has enough signatures to put their proposed wolf hunting ban on the November 5th ballot.
The ballot proposition is backed by the group "Keep Michigan Wolves Protected."
That same group already has one anti-wolf hunting proposal on the ballot.
Each proposal seeks to throw out a different state law that opens the door to wolf hunting.
In the meantime, there could be a third wolf hunting proposal on the ballot. A group that supports the hunting of wolves in the U-P is now collecting signatures to put on the ballot a proposal that leaves all game species decisions in the hands of the appointed Natural Resources Commission.