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MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Minnesota officials said Wednesday that the federal government's decision to remove the region's gray wolves from the endangered species list may lead to a hunting and trapping season as early as next fall.

Department of Natural Resources Commissioner Tom Landwehr said the agency is "ready and able" to take over management of Minnesota's wolf population from the federal government.

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