Young Pushes for Loosening of Sea Otter Pelt Sale Restrictions

Congressman Don Young lashed out at the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service during a hearing last week on legislation that would loosen restrictions on the sale of sea otter pelts in parts of Alaska. Young is hoping the bill will stem the growth of sea otters in Southeast and Southcentral.

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Deanna Garrison is a reporter at KRBD in Ketchikan.

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