MADISON, Wis. (AP) — The state Department of Natural Resources will resume in-person hunter safety courses next month after a hunter advocacy group sued the department alleging it had no authority to cancel them and was denying people their constitutional right to hunt.

The DNR issued a statement Friday saying classes would resume July 13 with no more than 50 participants per class. The agency recommends that all participants wear face masks and stand 6 feet apart.

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