Paul Smith, Milwaukee Journal Sentinal
He dresses in the gray uniform of his colleagues, wears the same sidearm, has completed the same training and is sworn to the same oath.
But Ka Yeng Vue is different in one regard.
In fact, no one in the 136-year history of Wisconsin conservation law enforcement can claim the same distinction.
Vue is the first Hmong-American to be hired as a conservation warden by the Department of Natural Resources.
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