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Critics worry that Black Hills elk plan could spread disease

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RAPID CITY (AP) -- Some critics of a plan to relocate elk in the Black Hills are worried about the spread of chronic wasting disease.

Wildlife officials at Wind Case National Park and adjoining Custer State Park plan to use helicopters to push hundreds of elk out of Wind Cave, where they have outgrown available habitat.

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