WATERVILLE, Maine (NEWS CENTER) -- The 4-year-old huskie, named Dakota, whose profile became raised after killing another canine and later being 'pardoned' by Gov. LePage is still going to be euthanized. A judge handed down the decision Tuesday.

The hearing was initially rescheduled after the governor made the controversial motion to protect Dakota, bringing up legal interference questions.

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