Thursday, March 15, 2012

Law would allow sale of dyed animals

The Orlando Sentinel reports that one of the bills that passed late in the legislative session would overturn the current law that prevents the sale of animals that have been dyed.  The bills sponsor indicates in the article that the sale of bunnies and chicks that are days old was an unintended consequence of the bill.  Various animal groups have labeled the practice as animal cruelty and are urging the Governor to veto the measure.

2 comments:

Brain Dumps said...

There are certain legal issues which need to be discussed.

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Mark Good said...

As the animal law is comparatively new but at least growing rapidly. I know some very competent staff attorney and case coordinator as well lawyers in Novota. Which are specialized specifically in animal laws.