Move on to Ease Gray Wolf's Endangered Status

The Interior Department announces a proposal to delist the gray wolf in the eastern United States.

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The Gray Wolf.

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U.S. Interior Secretary Gail Norton proposes to lift protection under the Endangered Species Act for gray wolves in most eastern states. The wolf would retain its endangered status in the West. NPR's John Nielsen reports.

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