Oregon’s Department of Fish and Wildlife is under plenty of pressure these days to change the way fur-bearing animals are trapped in this state. Some would like to see the practice ended, while more moderate voices seek increased signage and greater distance between traps and trails. The department’s commission will take the matter up today.

What’s likely to be adopted is unlikely to make either group of critics happy.

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