Governor lifts Okla. ban on horse slaughter

04/1/2013 | The Horse

Oklahoma Gov. Mary Fallin has signed a bill into law legalizing horse slaughter in the state, reversing a state ban on the practice in place since 1963. "Those of us who care about the well-being of horses cannot be satisfied with a status quo that encourages abuse and neglect, or that rewards the potentially inhumane slaughter of animals in foreign countries," Fallin said in a statement.

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