North Dakota stops deer hunting license sales because of disease
Published 10/18/2011, INFORUM
BISMARCK, N.D. — North Dakota officials announced Tuesday they are suspending the sale of some remaining deer hunting licenses and offered refunds to the holders of 13,000 licenses that already have been sold after detecting a disease that kills white-tailed deer in much of the western portion of the state.Word count: 561
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