In 1973, there were around a half a dozen wolves in Michigan's Upper Peninsula. Today, there are around 700, and some hunters and legislators want to establish a hunting season for the wolves. Others want to stop that effort. If the group "Keep Michigan Wolves Protected" succeeds in collecting enough signatures, you'll be asked to vote on a potential wolf hunt in November 2014. The group has to collect 161,305 petition signatures by the end of March 27. With three weeks left, Keep Michigan Wolves Protected says it has already collected more than 100,000 signatures.