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MILWAUKEE -- Andy Pantzlaff has resigned from the Wisconsin Sporting Heritage Council. He's the head of the United Sportsmen, a group that won a controversial $500,000 state grant which Gov. Scott Walker later canceled.
Pantzlaff was appointed in February to the state council that was created to advise Walker on hunting and fishing concerns. Pantzlaff e-mailed a one-sentence resignation notice Monday, saying only that he's resigning "with much regret."