JACKSON — More than three years after first filing suit, environmental attorneys continue to make the case that wildlife throughout Grand Teton National Park are subject to National Park Service policies that prohibit hunting.

The legal battle was spurred in 2014, when the National Park Service announced it had formally changed decades-old policy and would be giving the Wyoming Game and Fish Department jurisdiction over wildlife in private and state-owned “inholdings” within the park.

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