Proposed bills seek to establish felony animal-cruelty laws in Miss.

01/21/2010 | Hattiesburg American (Miss.), The

Several proposals have been submitted to the Mississippi Legislature to put felony animal-cruelty laws in place in the state. State Sen. Bob M. Dearing, D-Natchez, who has sponsored legislation seeking stricter punishment for animal cruelty for four years, is hoping this is the year a measure will pass. Mississippi is among only four U.S. states with no established felony animal-cruelty laws.

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