Big game hunters are celebrating a Trump administration policy change, but animal rights advocates are furious. The Fish and Wildlife Service will allow hunters to bring so-called elephant trophies from Zambia and Zimbabwe into the U.S. The Obama administration had banned imports of ivory tusks and other elephant parts. Don Dahler reports.


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