It's easy to assume Wyoming doesn't have a lot going on simply because it's the least populated state in the country. You'd be wrong, of course, but the people that live there seem to be just fine with that misconception.
This is a 50 square mile stretch of Yellowstone National Park that is within the Idaho boarder. This is a legal no-man's land where a legal loophole makes it possible to get away with murder and other serious crimes.
When US District Judge Dana Christensen in Missoula, an Obama appointee, made the decision to block the grizzly hunt planned for this Fall in Wyoming, it was a political decision, not a scientific one. And Terry Anderson with the Bozeman- based Property and Environment Research Center (PERC) has the numbers to back that argument up.