Connecticut bill would explore links between animal and child abuse

10/6/2010 | Connecticut Post (Fairfield County-Bridgeport)

Connecticut lawmakers plan to revive a bill next year that would require officials to share information on child-abuse and animal-abuse cases. As more research reveals links between the cruelty to animals and abuse and neglect of children, officials hope to use animal cruelty complaints to catch and remedy situations of child abuse earlier.

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