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- 05/27/12--17:26: _60 Minutes correspo...
- 08/16/12--04:03: _Pit bulls remain in...
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- 10/01/12--03:48: _Christie pooh-poohs...
- 12/18/12--02:46: _House urged to pass...
- 02/18/13--02:25: _New PSA supports sp...
- 03/13/13--03:32: _Maryland dog bite b...
- 04/18/13--03:52: _NC looks at comprom...
- 04/19/13--04:10: _NC bill would restr...
- 05/14/13--04:09: _Colorado law, aimed...
- 06/28/13--04:20: _Another dog shot in...
- 04/21/11--03:33: _New York’s state do...
- 11/15/13--04:01: _Gov. McCrory shows ...
- 01/28/14--06:59: _NC puppy mill law p...
- 05/15/15--04:26: _Going out to eat wi...
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- 01/24/18--04:00: _Colorado bill would...
- 04/26/18--04:00: _Bill to prohibit ea...
- 05/31/18--04:00: _Push to ban dog far...
- 08/16/12--04:03: Pit bulls remain in legal limbo in Maryland
- 10/01/12--03:48: Christie pooh-poohs doggie seat belt law
- 12/18/12--02:46: House urged to pass dogfighting bill
- 02/18/13--02:25: New PSA supports spay-neuter effort
- 04/18/13--03:52: NC looks at compromise puppy mill law
- 04/19/13--04:10: NC bill would restrict “aggressive” breeds
- 06/28/13--04:20: Another dog shot in Denver suburb
- 04/21/11--03:33: New York’s state dog could be the mutt
- 11/15/13--04:01: Gov. McCrory shows his soft side
- 01/28/14--06:59: NC puppy mill law pronounced dead after senator’s remarks are taped
- 05/11/17--04:00: Rhode Island lawmaker introduces bill that would ban pet leasing
- 04/26/18--04:00: Bill to prohibit eating dog and cat makes gains in Congress
“60 Minutes” correspondent Lara Logan went to Afghanistan to report on brothers serving together in the U.S. Marines. But apparently she fell in love while on assignment. She completed her report, and it aired last night, with no mention of the behind the scenes romance — which saw Logan wrap a civilian named Bill into her arms and smuggle [...]
The Maryland General Assembly failed to pass emergency legislation that would have overruled a widely criticized court decision that labeled pit bulls as “inherently dangerous.” Both the House and Senate, in a special summer session, approved versions of a bill that would have ended singling out pit bulls, but the differences were too “stark” to be worked out before the [...]
A year and a half after a starved pit bull was found at the bottom of a trash chute at a Newark high rise apartment — looking more like a corpse than a pet — the dog who would go on to be named Patrick is doing great. Progressing far less quickly are court case [...]
Gov. Chris Christie says if the New Jersey legislature passes a bill requiring dogs and cats to wear seat-belt like restraints in cars he won’t sign it. Christie termed the proposal ”stupid,” Bloomberg reports. He also said the proposed law was an example of how Democrats, who control the state Senate and General Assembly, are wasting time [...]
The arrests of a couple accused of running a dogfighting operation in Chester County has led Pennsylvania congressmen to renew calls for tougher laws. Rep. Jim Gerlach, of West Pikeland, and Rep. Pat Meehan, of Delaware County, both Republicans, urged passage of a bill that would make it a federal offense to attend an organized animal fight. “As [...]
Animal advocates in Maryland will probably recognize a familiar face or two in this public service announcement, scheduled to premier this week at Maryland Humane Lobby Day. The video was created by Save Maryland Pets, in association with Maryland Votes for Animals, in support of legislation that would establish a statewide funding mechanism for spaying and neutering. The [...]
A proposal to alter dog bite liability law in Maryland looks to be unraveling, the Washington Post reports. Last month, the House of Delegates passed a bill to address a Maryland Court of Appeals decision declaring pit bulls “inherently dangerous” and holding their owners — unlike owners of any other dogs — automatically liable if their dog [...]
It may not be a model puppy mill law. It could even be described, and has been, as “watered down.” But after repeatedly failing to pass legislation regulating large commercial breeders, North Carolina lawmakers will again consider a measure to ensure dogs in such facilities are treated humanely. House Bill 930, which made it through a [...]
A state representative from Charlotte says he’s already getting “beaten up” for a bill he filed this week that would restrict ownership of six breeds of dog the proposed legislation deems aggressive. House Bill 956 would create a new “aggressive dog” classification for pit bulls, Rottweilers, mastiffs, chows, Presa Canarios, wolf hybrids and any dogs “that are [...]
Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper signed a new law yesterday that will require police officers statewide to undergo training in how to deal with dogs. Dog lovers have been pushing for the measure in light of recent fatal pet shootings by law enforcement officers, some of which were widely viewed as questionable and might have been preventable if officers had [...]
The killing of another family pet by a police officer in the Denver suburb of Thornton has many wishing Senate Bill 226 would take effect more quickly. Also known as the ”Don’t Shoot My Dog” bill, the law requires all police and sheriff departments in Colorado to train officers in how to handle encounters with dogs. [...]
Two New York state legislators plan to introduce a bill today to name an official state dog — and they’re suggesting it be the mutt. Assemblyman Micah Kellner, an Upper East Side Democrat, and State Senator Joseph E. Robach, a Rochester Republican, are proposing the legislation. If passed, New York would join about a dozen […]
While he’s not viewed as particularly warm and cuddly by Democrats — at least when it comes to helping humans in need — N.C. Gov. Pat McCrory says he wants the public to adopt abandoned and mistreated dogs, and he and the first lady are opening up the governor’s mansion (or at least its yard) […]
Backers of increased restrictions on dog breeders in North Carolina recorded a conversation with a state Senator who opposes the bill at a meeting earlier this month and, as a result, some Republican leaders say there will be no vote on a proposed puppy mill law this year. Senate Rules Committee Chairman Tom Apodaca said Sen. Bill […]
Dogs in the state of New York could soon be joining their humans for dinner at restaurants — without it being against the law. A bill passed by the New York Senate Wednesday — by a 60-0 vote — would change state health law to give restaurants the option of allowing pet owners to bring […]
Calling the practice “alarming, cruel and absurd,” A Rhode Island lawmaker is introducing a bill to ban pet leasing companies. Rep. Charlene Lima said she’ll be introducing legislation that prohibits any business or individual in the state “from renting, leasing, or in any other way offering a live animal for sale as a ‘forever pet’ […]
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Apartment complexes have them. Homeowners associations have them. Motels have them, too — rules that allow dogs to be banned because of their size. Now, a Colorado state representative wants to correct that long-running injustice, the Denver Post reports. He has introduced a bill that would stop HOA’s or landlords from blanket bans on dogs […]
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Lawmakers in Washington are pushing ahead with legislation that would ban the eating of dog and cat meat in the U.S. The Dog and Cat Meat Trade Prohibition Act of 2017, first introduced in March, has 100 co-sponsors and has been referred to a House Agriculture subcommittee. Introduced by Reps. Alcee Hastings (D-Fla.) and Vern […]
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The Olympics are long over in South Korea, but the push to get the country to ban farms where dogs are bred for human consumption, continues — and with a few positive developments. A new bill, introduced to the National Assembly earlier this month by Lee Sang-don, a member of the Bareunmirae party, would remove […]
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