Virginia becomes ninth state to allow dissection alternatives

09/7/2004 | USA Today

A new law in Virginia requires schools to provide alternatives, such as computer programs, Internet tutorials and plastic models, to students who want to opt out of dissecting actual animals. The Humane Society and People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals contend that many animals used for dissection often suffer during their confinement and killing.

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