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Gibbs v. Babbitt

ELR Citation: ELR 20602
Nos. No. 99-1218, 214 F.3d 483/50 ERC 1863/(4th Cir., 06/06/2000)

The court holds that a U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS) regulation that prohibits private landowners in Tennessee and North Carolina from intentionally taking red wolves found on their property unless the wolf is attacking or has attacked a person, livestock, or pets, is a valid exercise of federal power under the U.S. Commerce Clause....

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