This bill reads as if only 1 state takes issue with their existence, but they have not yet completely recovered in all other states. Our first answer to over population of animals should not be to kill them. Let's face it, we barged into their habitat, and we tore it down. We live in an ecosystem, and humans are destroying it. Animals are simply reacting to this destruction. Michigan and Wisconsin have already done an annual wild hunt in 2014, and it was not successful. This aligns with the definition of insanity in that we want to do the same thing, and we are expecting different results. In fact, a 2014 study shows that legal hunting was related to increased grey wolf hunt on livestock. As long as we continue to destroy nature for the purpose of over industrialization, we have to learn to coexist with animals. We need to learn how to manage these animals. Whether that be by relocating them to more suitable areas or creating better safeguards for our livestock. As of 2016, there were 0 human attacks by the grey wolf in both Wisconsin and Michigan. They do not pose a threat to humans. Or, hey!....we could stop destroying their habitat! That might work!