After more than three years of contentious debate, the plan that governs how Oregon manages its wolf population will finally come to a vote on Friday.The Oregon Fish and Wildlife Commission is expected to vote on updates to the Oregon Wolf Plan, a 160-page document that spells out everything from when the state can kill wolves that attack livestock to whether public hunts of wolves should be considered in the future. Years of negotiations between the ranching, hunting and environmental community failed to produce a plan everyone could agree on, leaving it an open question of whether the Commission will approve revisions to a plan first produced in 2005.

Source: Oregon wolf plan to get vote after years of controversy and debate