Maine Voters Weigh Bear-Baiting Ban

Residents of Maine will vote Nov. 2 on whether the state should continue to allow black bears to be killed through the use of bait, hounds and traps. The issue pits animal rights activists against big-game hunters — and state wildlife biologists. North Country Radio's Susan Chisholm reports.



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