PINEDALE — Sublette County Commission Chairman Joel Bousman questioned if it was necessary to delve into wildlife issues as the board mulled whether to OK a grocery store-sized medical facility on a parcel that harbors portions of the longest-known mule deer migration path in the world.

After all, he told the crowd in a Sublette County Library conference room Oct. 4, Wyoming’s migration policy “does not apply” to the private land where the development would occur.

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