Tenn. bill that would ban felons from vicious-dog ownership advances

The Tennessee Senate unanimously approved Thursday a bill that would prohibit felons from owning possibly dangerous dogs. "This bill will help police cripple gangs that not only use vicious dogs to commit crimes, but also own these animals as part of a violent culture that promotes drug activity and animal abuse," said a co-sponsor of the bill.

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