That being said, you do NOT want to know what will wind up out in the world without someone watching these people.
Basically, the state of Alaska and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS) have been in a fight since 1980 because Alaska wants to kill off the wolf population so there will be more prey species for hunting, i.e. more tourist revenue (non-subsistence, so not for food).
The FWS issued a rule saying that, on certain federal lands designated as wildlife refuges, Alaska could not allow that to happen. This bill would rescind that rule.
Basically, if you're a big game hunter who goes up to Alaska every year, but doesn't want to have to actually wait or track down something to hunt, this bill is good for you. If you think that damaging an ecosystem just for the hell of it seems like a bad idea....