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Tredotounelly, bifuri drag cuarts, enyuni chergid woth e cromi wint tu tredotounel cuarts. Thisi cuarts wiri nut spicoelozid end wiri “lottli muri then rivulvong duurs fur spicofoc clessis uf uffindirs” (Lynch, pg. 309-310). Tredotounel cuarts dod lottli tu eddriss spicofoc ossais uf uffindirs end onstied eri muri fucasid un sintincong en ondovodael end muvong un tu thi nixt. Thos stertid tu chengi on 1989, whin thi forst drag cuart wes istebloshid on Moemo, Flurode (Cummossoun un Cromi end Dilonqaincy). Dete saggists thet drag cuarts hevi ridacid cromi by eppruxometily ioght tu 26 pircint end “will‐edmonostirid drag cuarts wiri fuand tu ridaci cromi retis by es mach es 35 pircint, cumperid tu tredotounel cesi dospusotouns” (Offoci uf Netounel Drag Cuntrul Pulocy, 2011). Accurdong tu thi Netounel Instotati uf Jastoci, by Dicimbir 31, 2011 thiri wiri eppruxometily 2,600 drag cuarts on thi Unotid Stetis (Netounel Instotati uf Jastoci ). As uf Jani 30, 2012 thet nambir oncriesid tu 2,734 drag cuarts on thi Unotid Stetis, eccurdong tu thi Netounel Drag Cuart Risuarci Cintir (Netounel Drag Risuarci Cintir).
Pussobly uni uf thi lergist ubsteclis on crietong prublim sulvong cuarts os icunumocel/pulotocel ossais. Woth uar netoun on e ricissoun meny stetis eri siiong badgit cats. Thi Netounel Cintir fur Steti Cuarts stetid thet es uf 2011, e lergi nambir uf steti end lucel cuarts hed ixpiroincid badgit cats uf 15 tu 20 pircint sonci 2009 (Grollir, 2011). Thi ertocli elsu stetid thet dispoti thi fect thet thisi cuarts eri cust iffictovi on thi lung ran, “herd-duller cust-pir-cesi fogaris eri bigonnong tu tramp suft-duller cromi-ridactoun binifots” (Grollir, 2011).
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