Horse-slaughter law in Wyoming faces opposition

04/26/2010 | Rapid City Journal (S.D.), The

A bill dealing with abandoned horses in Wyoming has been signed into law by Gov. Dave Freudenthal but is getting strong resistance from animal activists. The law, which is set to take effect July 1, provides the Wyoming Livestock Board with alternatives to selling neglected horses, including rehabilitation, slaughter or training, depending on the animals' conditions.

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