Wolf ruling ends plan to hold talks
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A judge's ruling to restore federal protections for the Rocky Mountain gray wolf has scuttled settlement talks between the parties involved in the lawsuit that had been scheduled for next week.
Instead, organizers will likely have to wait until the furor has died down from U.S. District Judge Donald Molloy's Thursday ruling before gauging interest in trying again, people involved with the planning said Friday.
Some are skeptical that there's not much point to the talks now. After Molloy's ruling, Idaho wildlife officials canceled their flights to Helena.
"It's kind of like getting ready...