Texas Senate approves measure to create animal-abuse registry

05/26/2011 | KXAN-TV (Austin, Texas)

The Texas Senate has cleared a bill that would establish a registry of animal abusers in the state. The measure, which will return to the state House for further consideration, would mandate that in-state residents convicted of animal cruelty acts such as dog-fighting and livestock abuse be listed on the registry.

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