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On DOI's orders, USNPS weakens hunting, fishing, trapping rules on NPres lands in Alaska

In a move critics say runs contrary to the National Park Service's mission to manage for naturally-functioning ecosystems and processes, the agency in Alaska is relaxing its hunting and trapping prohibitions in national preserves so they'll align with the state's regulations. 

Three years ago Interior Department officials told the Park Service to relax their regulations in Alaska.

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