After spending months collecting signatures, hunting groups plan to deliver their petitions to the Secretary of State’s office tomorrow.
The petition is aimed at cementing a wolf hunt in Michigan law.
In November, voters will decide two ballot questions challenging state laws allowing the state to authorize a wolf hunt. Last year, nearly two dozen wolves were shot and killed by hunters in the Upper Peninsula during a state sanctioned wolf hunt.
Wolf hunt opponents say the hunt is unnecessary for a species just recently removed from the endangered list.