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Uncertain Future for West's Wild Horses

To reduce the devastation to grasslands and to cut down on storage costs, the Bureau of Land Management voted to euthanize some of the 77,000 wild horses in 10 Western states. The vote inspired outrage from animal rights activists and the bureau reversed its decision. The mounting costs continue to be a strain and the agency is running out of options.
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