Animal-protection bill advances in California

08/13/2010 | San Francisco Chronicle

The California Senate passed a bill Wednesday that seeks to stiffen the penalty for residents in the state who fail to provide their animals with food, water, veterinary care and other basic necessities. The measure, which will go to the state Assembly for approval, would impose up to one-year jail term and a maximum fine of $20,000 on violators.

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