Howling For Wolves recently learned that Suspend the Wolf Hunt emails sent on behalf of Minnesota wolf supporters were intentionally BLOCKED by the Minnesotaâ€™s House of Representativesâ€™ email system. We have worked around the block and re-sent those messages to your state representatives.
This means that the Minnesotans who signed our petition, whose messages were then emailed to their state representatives, only recently had their messages sent to their state representative. Yes, your representatives are getting many messages for the very first time!
You may have received a response from your state representative. The state representativeâ€™s response is delayed because your message to them was delayed due to the state system block on your communications.
But we have their attention now. And we will use this situation and timing to our advantage. In the final weeks of session, we are increasing pressure on our state lawmakers to protect the wolf.
Our bills did not make it through the committee process but these bills are available for amendments and we are ready to introduce them. This is where you can help us put on the pressure for the wolf.
Come to our wolf watch sessions. We want to hold MN senate and house â€œwolf watch sessionsâ€ outside each chamber at the beginning of session each day.
We will have our supporters come to the capitol for the beginning of each dayâ€™s legislative session to greet lawmakers and hold small signs (no sticks please) to remind our lawmakers of the wolf.
Please join us when you can even if for only a short stay for the wolf. We are going to be there starting with the state of the state address Wednesday evening.
You can email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Here are the links for the legislative session schedules:
Howling for Wolves
PS: If you canâ€™t make a session, then make a phone call to your MN lawmakers. Find contact information to your state representative and senator. Tell them to stop the barbaric and indiscriminate methods of killing wolves and to protect the wolf. Call governor office: Governor Mark Dayton contact info and Web comment form.