Nebraska Senate gives first-round approval to animal-fighting bill

A Nebraska bill that seeks to outlaw the ownership of animal-fighting paraphernalia, such as exercise treadmills and dogfighting pits, passed the state Senate's first-round of voting on Wednesday. The measure carries a maximum one-year prison term for violators.

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