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On August 26, Alaskans voted 92,781 to 74,124 to continue to allow aerial hunting of wolves in their state under ballot Measure 2. Alaskan voters said no to this practice twice since 2003. What happened? Why did Alaskans change their minds?  

Apparently, the ballot measure wording was quite confusing, and those who voted no on Measure 2 thought they were banning the practice, when in fact, it took a yes vote to stop private hunters from gunning wolves and bears from the air.  

Another possibility points a finger at ....

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