Proposal aims to create animal-abuser registry in New York

07/7/2010 | WCBS-TV (New York)

A measure proposed in New York calls for the setting up of a registry for in-state residents convicted of animal abuse. The proposal, which will be reviewed early next year, seeks to end repeat animal-abuse offenses. Roughly 700 cases of animal cruelty were reported in the state last year, while hundreds more go unreported, animal advocates say.

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