An animal-rights group was able to stop a WaKeeney coyote-calling contest, saying entry fees and prize money constitute gambling under Kansas law.
An animal-rights group was able to stop a WaKeeney coyote-calling contest, saying entry fees and prize money constitute gambling under Kansas law. Michael Pearce File photo
An animal-rights group was able to stop a WaKeeney coyote-calling contest, saying entry fees and prize money constitute gambling under Kansas law. Michael Pearce File photo

Animal-rights group ties gambling laws to Kansas coyote hunt

October 22, 2016 3:42 PM

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