New York looks to strengthen animal abuse laws
Numerous incidents of animal abuse in Central New York have led to a revived effort from lawmakers and advocates to strengthen laws against animal cruelty, neglect and abuse.
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#1 Dec 19, 2013
I was at this meeting last night. I feel like the tide is turning and next year could be the year we change the very outdated laws this state has for animal abuse. But it will only happen if we continue to show strength in numbers; there was a big crowd last night. Thanks to Assembly man Brindisi for organizing this program.
#2 Dec 19, 2013
This surely would be a good thing to happen but I am sure it will be business as usual for those with a hookup. People forget to soon and things seem to vanish. Its the old stall and toss trick that gets us every time. Justice exists only in a dream world.
#3 Dec 28, 2013
Who , in NY, do you contact to make changes in the laws?
#4 Dec 29, 2013
Why doesn't Anthony Brindisi hold meetings for disabled people being abused in state care?
It is happening in staggering numbers but no news for him to grandstand!
#5 Dec 29, 2013
LOL apparently schools in CNY don't teach government?!?!?
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