Calif. bill would bar landlords from requiring pet declawing, debarking

04/16/2010 | Los Angeles Times (tiered subscription model)

A bill that aims to forbid landlords in California from requiring potential renters to debark or declaw their pets in order to be granted occupancy has been introduced in the state General Assembly. The proposed bill would impose up to a $2,500 fine on violators.

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