13. THE GOVERNMENT WILL SPEND LESS TIME AND MONEY NEEDLESSLY SHOOTING ANIMALS
Since 1939, the US government has spent more than $1.6 billion killing thousands of coyotes, mountain lions, black bears, and other predators, at the behest of livestock breeders — with no discernible effect on livestock protection, according to a recent Wildlife Conservation Society study. Other approaches might actually serve the interest of the breeders and protect their herds — without the requisite slaughter.
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