Cheyenne, WY – The state's wolf management law and the plan the Game and Fish Commission passed do not exactly match up and now they won't, at least for another year. The legislature was considering a bill to synch up the law and plan, but the chair of the Senate committee that needs to approve the proposal says it won't come up for a vote. Senator Delaine Roberts says House Bill 111 just is not needed, whether there's litigation or not. Some say the law and plan need to be the same if Wyoming wants a stronger case if it sues the federal government for not approving Wyoming's wolf management plan. But, Attorney General Pat Crank says the lawsuit can still go forward.