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Horse advocates fax Utah’s governor

Utah Gov. Gary Herbert’s office couldn’t confirm that it had received 7,000 faxes since Wednesday from wild horse advocates, as claimed by the American Wild Horse Preservation Campaign.

The coalition challenges the governor’s recent statement that state government should manage wild horses.

The governor’s office has a single fax machine, and it ran out of toner after 62 faxes were received, a spokesman said.

Read more about the issue and the campaign’s position in “Under pressure, Utah BLM fast-tracks plea to round up wild horses.”

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