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Using bacon and donuts to bait bears is one of the hunting techniques that the Trump administration has again authorized in Alaska. Will also return: the slaughter of wolves and wolf cubs in their burrows, the use of motor boats to kill reindeer, the use of dogs to track black bears.
When the proposal was put forward in 2018, the project had already been controversial. All of these practices had been banned by the Obama administration in 2015. But some Republicans considered the bans to be unconstitutional. As early as 2017, the Trump administration had again legalized some of these practices on the three million hectares of public land in Alaska. The Trump administration has advanced the idea that this series of authorities will provide Alaskan citizens with better access to public land in order to benefit from it.