Nov 25, 2013 at 8:57 am
CASS LAKE, Minn. -- Native Americans and others rallied Sunday afternoon in Cass Lake against wolf hunting as Minnesota wrapped up its second early season, with the late season opening November 30th.
Spokeswoman Reyna Crow says there's been some talk at a grassroots level about legal action on First Amendment religious freedom grounds, but she says she doesn't have any information about official tribal governments.
She does however say she understands the spirit of the treaties and doesn't feel they've been upheld. The wolf is part of Anishinabe spiritual tradition.
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