Wild horse advocates drop suit over Nevada refuge
One little but significant victory for the wild horses of Nevada. Now, what will become of the horses? ~ HfH
From: Idaho Business Review
Wild horse advocates dropped a lawsuit on July 1 challenging roundups at a wildlife refuge on the Nevada-California line after federal officials severed ties with a contractor accused by critics of allowing some mustangs to be sold for slaughter.
The Fish and Wildlife Service notified J&S Associates of Mississippi on June 23 that its contract had been terminated and the firm would not be receiving the $11,633 it was to be paid at future roundups.
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