By Chris Smith

On April 1st, Roxy’s Law, which bans traps, snares, and poisons on public lands, went into effect in New Mexico. Despite this progress, New Mexico isn’t the beacon of wildlife management that it should be. The state still opposes Mexican wolf restoration in the Southern Rockies, and the governor appoints and fires commissioners at her whim, creating instability within the primary wildlife decision making body. “Let’s take the next step and push for a state wildlife agency that serves all the people and wildlife of New Mexico.”

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