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STATE LAWMAKERS CONSIDERING BILL BANNING ANIMAL ABUSERS FROM OWNING PETS

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A bill is being considered by the Tennessee House of Representatives that if approved would prevent convicted animal abusers from owning a pet. House Bill 1643 would amend Tennessee laws to prevent anyone convicted of animal cruelty, abuse or other offenses against animals from owning a companion animal for at least two years after their conviction.


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