Nebraska bill to create horse-inspection agency moves ahead

A bill in Nebraska that would create a horse-inspection agency as the first step to allowing horse-slaughter plants in the state moved out of committee Tuesday and may now be debated by the full Legislature. Advocates say the law would help solve the state's abandoned-horse problem, while opponents say a horse-slaughtering industry would lead commercial interests to outbid rescue organizations to acquire young, healthy animals that would be destroyed for profit rather than as a last resort.

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