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Legislation

(Introduced on behalf of Defenders of Animals)


Animal Protection legislation:
Please send emails to the members of the House HEW Committee and ask them Support the following legislation H-5160; H-5161; and H-5326 Please send emails to the House HEW members listed below:
House Bill No. 5160 BY Lima, Serpa, Fellela, Keable, Fogarty (Prohibits declawing on a cat or other animal, unless a veterinarian has determined that the procedure is necessary for a therapeutic purpose. Any person who violates this section would be subject to a fine.) H.E.W.

House Bill No. 5161 BY Lima, Serpa, Keable, Fogarty, Fellela DISPOSITION OF RESEARCH ANIMALS (Requires educational institutions using dogs or cats for medical research to make animals no longer useful for research available for adoption.) referred to House H.E.W.

House Bill No. 5326 BY Solomon, Edwards, O'Brien, Williams, Serpa (Requires that the sheltering and nourishment of dogs conform to the industry standards established by the Tufts Animal Care and Conditions Scale regarding outside sheltering, proper nourishment, sanitary conditions, and physical condition.)
referred to House H.E.W.
rep-ackerman@rilegislature.gov
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rep-bennett@rilegislature.gov
rep-canario@rilegislature.gov
rep-casimiro@rilegislature.gov
rep-donovan@rilegislature.gov
rep-handy@rilegislature.gov
rep-lancia@rilegislature.gov
rep-maldonado@rilegislature.gov
rep-mcnamara@rilegislature.gov
rep-perez@rilegislature.gov
rep-phillips@rilegislature.gov
rep-ranglin-vassell@rilegislature.gov
rep-roberts@rilegislature.gov
rep-walsh@rilegislature.gov

Please send emails to the members of the House Judiciary Committee and ask them to Support the following legislation: H-5104; H-5214; and H-5392

House Bill No. 5104 BY Corvese, Ucci, Winfield, Azzinaro, Coughlin (Creates the "Animal Abuser Registry Act" which requires all persons convicted of animal abuse to register with an online registry to be established and maintained by the attorney general's office.)

House Bill No. 5214 BY Ucci, Winfield, O'Brien, Fogarty (Creates cause of action up to ($5,000) for intentional or negligent death of a pet on the owner's property.)

House Resolution No. 5392 BY Morgan, Nardolillo, Roberts, Mendonca, Giarrusso House resolution respectfully requesting that the state of Rhode Island adopt a mandatory child abuse/domestic violence and animal abuse cross reporting system

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rep-almeida@rilegislature.gov
rep-corvese@rilegislature.gov
rep-coughlin@rilegislature.gov
rep-craven@rilegislature.gov
rep-edwards@rilegislature.gov
rep-filippi@rilegislature.gov
rep-keable@rilegislature.gov
rep-knight@rilegislature.gov
rep-mcentee@rilegislature.gov
rep-ogrady@rilegislature.gov
rep-price@rilegislature.gov
rep-roberts@rilegislature.gov
rep-shanley@rilegislature.gov
rep-vella-wilkinson@rilegislature.gov


Defenders of Animals is Opposed to the following legislation: Please send emails to the following Senate members of the Environment and Agriculture Committee and ask that they vote against bill S-110
Senate Bill No. 110
Lombardo, Kettle (Legalizes the taking of wild migratory birds by crossbow.)
sen-archambault@rilegislature.gov
sen-calkin@rilegislature.gov
sen-coyne@rilegislature.gov
sen-kettle@rilegislature.gov
sen-miller@rilegislature.gov
sen-sosnowski@rilegislature.gov

Defenders of Animals is Opposed to the following legislation: Please send emails to the following House Environmental and Natural Resources members and ask them to vote against bill H-5081

House Bill No. 5081
BY Corvese, Phillips, Coughlin, Azzinaro
(Legalizes the taking or killing of wild migratory birds by crossbow.)
House Environment and Natural Resources


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rep-donovan@rilegislature.gov
rep-handy@rilegislature.gov
rep-hull@rilegislature.gov
rep-kazarian@rilegislature.gov
rep-lancia@rilegislature.gov
rep-lombardi@rilegislature.gov
rep-marszalkowski@rilegislature.gov
rep-mcentee@rilegislature.gov
rep-nardolillo@rilegislature.gov
rep-obrien@rilegislature.gov
rep-ogrady@rilegislature.gov
rep-ranglin-vassell@rilegislature.gov
rep-regunberg@rilegislature.gov
rep-tobon@rilegislature.gov


Defenders of Animals is Opposed to the following legislation: Please send emails to the following House HEW Committee members and ask them to vote against bill H-5386
House Bill No. 5386
BY Filippi, Roberts, Quattrocchi, Chippendale, Price
(Allows non-veterinarians to perform certain husbandry procedures that are commonly performed by owners of animal pets and livestock.)
02/03/2017 Introduced, referred to House H.E.W.

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rep-bennett@rilegislature.gov
rep-casimiro@rilegislature.gov
rep-donovan@rilegislature.gov
rep-handy@rilegislature.gov
rep-lancia@rilegislature.gov
rep-maldonado@rilegislature.gov
rep-mcnamara@rilegislature.gov
rep-perez@rilegislature.gov
rep-phillips@rilegislature.gov
rep-ranglin-vassell@rilegislature.gov
rep-roberts@rilegislature.gov
rep-walsh@rilegislature.gov
Posted on Feb 12, 2017 by defenders


Legislation as of March 13, 2016: RI General Assembly
There are currently 32 bills under consideration at the RI General Assembly.

Defenders of Animals Supports the following 20 bills and is opposed to the 12 bills that follow:


House Bill No. 7061
BY Solomon, Edwards, Palangio, Williams, Serpa
(Requires that the sheltering and nourishment of dogs conform to the industry standards established by the Tufts Animal Care and Conditions Scale regarding outside sheltering, proper nourishment, sanitary conditions, and physical condition.)
referred to House H.E.W.


House Bill No. 7083 (Sub A) is being processed)
BY Fellela, Carnevale, Messier, Winfield, Ucci
(Requires that animal shelters meet certain specified conditions prior to euthanizing an animal.)
referred to House H.E.W.

Senate Bill No. 2100
BY Ruggerio, Walaska, Sosnowski, Archambault, Lynch Prata
(Increases the imprisonment penalty for a malicious injury or killing of an animal from 2 to 5 years. Also, imposes an additional assessment if it can be proven that the convicted person is found to have committed said offense in the presence of a child.)
referred to Senate Judiciary


Senate Bill No. 2109
BY Archambault, Coyne, Conley, Goldin, Ciccone
(Authorizes police/animal control officer to hold animal up to 72 hours pending court hearing as to costs, fees, charges, surrender of ownership of the animal.)
03/03/2016 Referred to House Judiciary


Senate Bill No. 2657
BY Ruggerio, Lynch Prata, Sosnowski, Coyne, Archambault
(Imposes a penalty of imprisonment not exceeding two (2) years or a fine not exceeding one thousand dollars ($1,000) where an offense of cruelty to an animal results in the animal’s death.)
Introduced, referred to Senate Judiciary
08/2016 Committee recommends passage




Senate Bill No. 2658
(Attorney General)
BY Ruggerio, Archambault, Nesselbush, Lombardi, Conley
(Increases the penalty for cruelty to animals, the malicious injury or killing of animals, from not more than 2 years to not more than 5 years, and increases the mandatory community service from 10 hours to 50 hours.)
referred to Senate Judiciary
Committee recommends passage



House Bill No. 7062
BY Serpa, McKiernan, O'Brien, Fogarty, Shekarchi
(Repeals certain provisions which accepted certain individuals from complying with care of dogs as it relates to tethering and confinement.)
referred to House H.E.W.



House Bill No. 7065 (Sub A is being processed)
BY Palangio, Winfield, Shekarchi, Lima, Serpa
(Requires that municipal animal control officers be certified by the National Animal Care & Control Association.)
Introduced, referred to House Municipal Government


House Bill No. 7257
BY Lima, Palangio, Maldonado, Fogarty, Shekarchi
(Permits dogs in outdoor dining areas of restaurants under certain circumstances.)
referred to House H.E.W.
03/11/2016 Scheduled for consideration (03/16/2016)


House Bill No. 7317
(Attorney General)
BY O'Brien, Serpa, Lima, Marshall, McKiernan
(Increases the penalty for cruelty to animals, the malicious injury or killing of animals, from not more than 2 years to not more than 5 years, and increases the mandatory community service from 10 hours to 50 hours.)
01/22/2016 Introduced, referred to House Judiciary




House Bill No. 7324
BY Serpa, Craven, O'Brien, Shekarchi, Lima
(Makes changes to and clarify the definition of what constitutes unlawful confinement of a "covered animal" and would apply them throughout the chapter accordingly.)
referred to House Environment and Natural Resources




House Bill No. 7392
BY Serpa, O'Brien, Shekarchi, Craven, Nardolillo
(Imposes a penalty of imprisonment not exceeding two (2) years or a fine not exceeding one thousand dollars ($1,000) where an offense of cruelty to an animal results in the animal’s death.)
referred to House Judiciary



House Bill No. 7414
BY Shekarchi, Serpa, Corvese, Ackerman, Solomon
(Creates the "Animal Abuser Registry Act" which would require all persons convicted of animal abuse to register with an on-line registry to be established and maintained by the attorney general's office.)
referred to House Judiciary


House Bill No. 7604
BY Gallison, Serpa
(Prohibits the use of bullhooks or similar devices on elephants.)
referred to House Judiciary


House Bill No. 7605
BY Ucci, Palangio, Winfield, Marshall, Kazarian
(Creates a cause of action for the intentional or negligent death of a pet.)
referred to House Judiciary






House Bill No. 7800
BY Carnevale
(Authorizes an animal shelter to claim an animal has been abandoned by its owner and put the animal up for adoption or dispose of it in a humane way after a reasonable attempt has been made to find the owner.)
referred to House Judiciary




House Bill No. 7831
(Environmental Management)
BY O'Brien, McKiernan, Almeida, Carnevale, Marshall
(Raises the level of care required for animals being offered for sale and in facilities holding stray animals. It would increase penalties for those who mistreat animals in such facilities.)
referred to House Judiciary


House Bill No. 7440
BY Shekarchi, Serpa, Lima, Gallison, O'Brien
(Prohibits the possession sale or trade of shark fins by those without a permit and would make those in violation of this act guilty of a misdemeanor. Permits for limited purposes would be issued by DEM.)
referred to House Environment and Natural Resources



Senate Bill No. 2676
BY Sosnowski, Ruggerio, Walaska, DiPalma
(Prohibits the possession of shark fins by all persons except during the ordinary course of preparing the shark for consumption or sale, or with a permit for noncommercial scientific research.)
referred to Senate Environment and Agriculture

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Defenders of Animals position: it is important that they receive a psychological evaluation and treatment.
Senate Bill No. 2522
BY Jabour, Picard, Pearson, Pichardo
(Adds hoarding of animals to the list of cruelty to animal offenses.)
referred to Senate Environment and Agriculture



Defenders of Animals position: This bill if passed will punish responsible pet owners that have over ten cats. In addition, many RI cities/towns do not have limits on the number of cats per household.

Senate Bill No. 2555
BY Jabour, Pearson, Ciccone, Lombardi, Kettle
(Limits the number of cats per household to ten (10) without special permission.)
referred to Senate Environment and Agriculture

Defenders of Animals position: Too many cruel practices already take place on some farms. This bill would increase the inhumane acts that already take place.

Defenders of Animals position: Although there needs to be standards followed, the make up of the Livestock Welfare and Case Standards Advisory Council does not have animal rights representation.

BY Sosnowski, Conley, Archambault, Goldin, Crowley
(Requires livestock dealers to follow standards adopted by the livestock welfare and care standards advisory council.)
referred to Senate Environment and Agriculture

Defenders of Animals position: There are many individuals taking care of abandoned cats and agencies doing the same not just "Releasing agencies." We are in favor of a wording change.
House Bill No. 7132
BY Edwards, Canario
(Exempts a "licensed releasing agency" from the offense of abandoning cats.)
Referred to House H.E.W.

Defenders of Animals position: This would be a horrible inhumane method of killing birds.
Senate Bill No. 2737
BY Lombardo, Lombardi, Archambault, Fogarty, Kettle
(Legalizes the taking of wild migratory birds by crossbow.)
referred to Senate Environment and Agriculture

House Bill No. 7460
BY Corvese, Carnevale, Lima, Nardolillo, Chippendale
(Legalizes the taking of wild migratory birds by crossbow.)
02/04/2016 Introduced, referred to House Judiciary


Defenders of Animals position: it is important that they receive a psychological evaluation and treatment.
House Bill No. 7258
BY Ackerman, Shekarchi, Solomon, Bennett, Fogarty
(Adds hoarding of animals to the list of cruelty to animal offenses.)
referred to House H.E.W.


House Bill No. 7645
BY Filippi
(Allows non-veterinarians to perform certain husbandry procedures that are commonly performed by owners of animal pets and livestock.)
referred to House H.E.W.


Senate Bill No. 2737
BY Lombardo, Lombardi, Archambault, Fogarty, Kettle
(Legalizes the taking of wild migratory birds by crossbow.)
Referred to Senate Environment and Agriculture Committee

House Bill No. 7460
BY Corvese, Carnevale, Lima, Nardolillo, Chippendale
(Legalizes the taking of wild migratory birds by crossbow.)
referred to House Judiciary

House Bill No. 7768
BY Serpa, Ackerman, Fellela, Tobon, Lima
(Authorizes the director of the department of environmental management to promulgate rules and regulations to permit the administrative enforcement of regulations pertaining to cruelty to animals.)
referred to House Judiciary




House Bill No. 7738
BY Shekarchi
(Repeals the law on the control of vicious dogs and amends the definition of vicious dog.)
referred to House Judiciary

House Bill No. 7646
BY Shekarchi, Keable
(Limits the number of cats per household to ten (10) without special permission.)
referred to House H.E.W.


This bill incorrectly defines a broker as anyone that is involved in the placement of animal including a relative of the pet owner and any third party involved.

House Bill No. 7831
(Environmental Management)
BY O'Brien, McKiernan, Almeida, Carnevale, Marshall
(Raises the level of care required for animals being offered for sale and in facilities holding stray animals. It would increase penalties for those who mistreat animals in such facilities.)
referred to House Judiciary
Posted on Mar 13, 2016 by defenders


Animal protection Laws in Rhode Island: “The Enemy Within”
Rhode Island will never have strong enough animal protection laws because there are groups and individuals, who have been entrusted to protect animals, fighting animal protection legislation. Their opposition to animal protection legislation is documented by legislative committees’ sign-in sheets and submitted documentation. We offer some examples of this problem. Many animal protection bills have been fought over the years.<br><br>It took Defenders of Animals years to get rid of the gas chamber. We had to fight year after year at the state house and in individual cities and towns not only the animal control officers that were still using the gas chamber but also the RISPCA, the Providence Animal Rescue League (PARL), and two RI veterinarians. The barbaric device known as the gas chamber was used by the RISPCA, the Providence Animal Rescue League (PARL) and numerous municipal shelters. We first had the gas chamber banned in East Providence, Providence, Coventry, and then statewide.<br><br>In recent legislative hearings, we requested legislation be introduced by Representative Felella and cosponsored by Representatives Serpa, Messier, Dickinson, and Ucci that was based on a Delaware law that pertained to animal shelters going through five easy steps before euthanizing an animal. That legislation was fought by the former director of the Providence Animal Shelter, the RISPCA, Providence Animal Rescue League (PARL), the Potter League, and others. <br><br>In the last legislative session, the two agencies testifying in favor of another bill House Bill H-5466, was the Attorney General’s office and Defenders of Animals. <br>The bill was introduced by Representative O’brien and cosponsored by Representatives Palangio, Amore, Slater, and Casey. The legislation would have increased the imprisonment penalty for a malicious injury or killing of an animal from 2 to 5 years. It would have imposed an additional assessment if it could have been proven that the convicted person is found to have committed said offense in the presence of a child. <br><br>A bill introduced by Representative Palangio and cosponsored by Representatives Serpa, Winfield, Regunberg, and Lima would have prohibited a city or town from enacting any rule, regulation, or ordinance restricting an individual or organization from providing food or shelter to a domesticated animal was fought by RI State Veterinarian Scott Marshall, and the Cranston Animal Control Officer Patricia Maxwell.<br><br>So the issue of animal protection and justice for animals happens with the state legislature first and not just the courts. <br>The organizations and individuals that are supposed to protect animals that have been against animal protection legislation need to be taken to task. <br><br>In addition, the courts in RI have not always been lenient regarding animal issues. In fact, we have had some outstanding rulings in favor of animals from Judges Stephen P. Nugent,<br>Kristin E. Rodgers, Brian Van Couyghen, and former Judges Stephen J. Fortunato Jr. and former Judge Thomas H. Needham.
Posted on Sep 13, 2015 by defenders


2015 Rhode Island Legislative Report
Legislative Status Report
March 21, 2015
Defenders of Animals is in support of the following 18 bills, but is opposed to the eight bills that follow in their present form: (Please follow us on Facebook for legislative updates)

House Bill No. 5162
BY Solomon, Shekarchi, Williams, Serpa, Roberts
(Requires that the shelter and nourishment of dogs conform to standards set by Tufts Animal Care and Conditions Scale.)
01/21/2015 Introduced, referred to House H.E.W.

House Bill No. 5573
BY Serpa, Handy, Palangio, Shekarchi, Lima
(Requires those individuals under an order by an animal control officer to tether or confine dogs, training facilities, licensed hunters and sled dog owners to comply with the provisions of this chapter.)
02/25/2015 Introduced, referred to House H.E.W.

Senate Bill No. 253
BY Walaska, Ciccone, McCaffrey
(Creates an animal abuser registry and would provide for penalties for failure to register.)
02/11/2015 Introduced, referred to Senate Judiciary

House Resolution No. 5194
BY Morgan, Filippi, Giarrusso, Price, Chippendale
ENTITLED, HOUSE RESOLUTION RESPECTFULLY REQUESTING THAT THE STATE OF RHODE ISLAND ADOPT A MANDATORY CHILD ABUSE/DOMESTIC VIOLENCE AND ANIMAL ABUSE CROSS REPORTING SYSTEM
01/21/2015 Introduced, referred to House Judiciary

House Bill No. 5414
BY Keable, Lally, Serpa, Shekarchi, Kennedy
(Requires a court of competent jurisdiction to order the appointment of an animal care advocate where animal cruelty is at issue.)
02/12/2015 Introduced, referred to House Judiciary

House Bill No. 5430
BY Roberts, Costa, Newberry, Barros, Casey
(Makes it a disciplinary offense for a veterinarian’s failure to return an animal after treatment, solely because of an unpaid bill.)
02/12/2015 Introduced, referred to House Corporations

House Bill No. 5466
(Attorney General)
BY O'Brien, Palangio, Amore, Slater, Casey
(Increases the imprisonment penalty for a malicious injury or killing of an animal from 2 to 5 years. Also, imposes an additional assessment if it can be proven that the convicted person is found to have committed said offense in the presence of a child.)
02/12/2015 Introduced, referred to House Judiciary

House Bill No. 5505
BY Serpa, Shekarchi, O'Brien, Kazarian, McKiernan
(Makes changes in the definitions of what constitutes unlawful confinement, and would apply them throughout the chapter accordingly.)
02/12/2015 Introduced, referred to House H.E.W.

House Bill No. 5477
BY Serpa, Shekarchi, O'Brien, Kazarian, McKiernan
(Prohibits and/or regulates the possession or sale of shark fins.)
02/12/2015 Introduced, referred to House Environment and Natural Resources

Senate Bill No. 346
(by request)
BY Felag
(Provides a protected area around recognized wildlife refuges in which hunting with weapons would be prohibited.)
02/12/2015 Introduced, referred to Senate Judiciary

Senate Bill No. 156
BY Miller
(Prohibits the taking, killing, destroying, pursuing or molesting of any wild bird along the west shore of the Providence River from Gaspee Point to Fields Point.)
02/05/2015 Introduced, referred to Senate Environment and Agriculture

House Bill No. 5677
BY Palangio, Serpa, Winfield, Regunberg, Lima
Prohibits a city or town from enacting any rule, regulation, or ordinance restricting an individual or organization from providing food or shelter to a domesticated animal.)
referred to House Municipal Government

House Bill No. 5660
BY Handy, Palangio, Fellela, Serpa, Fogarty
- SALE OF IVORY OR RHINOCEROS HORNS (Prohibits any person from importing, selling, offering for sale, purchasing, bartering, or possessing with intent to sell, any ivory, ivory product, rhinoceros horn, or rhinoceros horn product, with limited exceptions.)
02/26/2015 Introduced, referred to House Judiciary

H 5678
Introduced By:
Representatives Palangio, Serpa, Winfield, Regunberg, and Lima
Referred To:
House Municipal Government
This act would require that municipal animal control officers be certified by the National
Animal Care & Control Association.


H 5669
LEAD SHOT PROHIBITION
Introduced By:
Representatives Handy, Ajello, Palangio, and Lombardi
Date Introduced:
February 26, 2015
Referred To:
House Environment and Natural Resources
This act would create a General prohibition on the use of lead shot for hunting.
S 0258
Introduced By:
Senators Archambault, Lombardi, DiPalma, Ciccone, and Ruggerio
Date Introduced:
February 11, 2015
Referred To:
Senate Judiciary
This act would authorize a law enforcement or animal control officer to hold an animal confined in a motor vehicle up to seventy two (72) hours pending a district court hearing as to medical costs, fees, charges, and/or surrender of physical possession and ownership.
This act would take effect upon passage.

S 0504
LEAD SHOT PROHIBITION
Introduced By:
Senator Joshua Miller
Date Introduced:
February 26, 2015
Referred To:
Senate Judiciary
This act would create a general prohibition on the use of lead shot for hunting.
This act would take effect upon passage.

H 5799
Introduced By: Representatives Bennett, Melo, Solomon, McNamara, and Hull
Date Introduced:
March 05, 2015
Referred To:
House Health, Education & Welfare

This act would require certain persons entrusted with the care of animals to report any neglect or abuse reasonably believed to have been inflicted upon the animal.

This act would take effect upon passage.


Defenders of Animals is opposed to the following legislation in their present form:

Senate Bill No. 203
BY Sosnowski, Sheehan, Archambault, Fogarty, Walaska
Allows non-veterinarians to perform certain husbandry procedures that are commonly performed by owners of animal pets and livestock.)
02/11/2015 Introduced, referred to Senate Environment and Agriculture

Senate Bill No. 347
BY Walaska, Ciccone, McCaffrey
(Would require that any dog seized as a result of dog fighting or unprovoked attacks upon human beings be placed in the care of the society for the prevention of cruelty to animals.)
02/12/2015 Introduced, referred to Senate Judiciary

House Bill No. 5223
(by request)
BY Edwards, Canario
(Exempts a "licensed releasing agency" from the offense of abandoning cats.)
01/29/2015 Introduced, referred to House H.E.W.

House Bill No. 5504
BY Ackerman, Shekarchi, Palangio, Regunberg, O'Brien
(Adds hoarding of animals to the list of cruelty to animal offenses. This act would take effect upon passage.)
02/12/2015 Introduced, referred to House H.E.W.

House Bill No. 5584
BY Shekarchi, Solomon, McKiernan, Regunberg, Maldonado
(Limits the number of cats per household to ten (10) without special permission.)
02/25/2015 Introduced, referred to House H.E.W.

House Bill No. 5585
BY Shekarchi, McKiernan, Regunberg, Maldonado, Trillo
(Would require that any dog seized as a result of dog fighting or unprovoked attacks upon human beings be placed in the care of the society for the prevention of cruelty to animals.)
02/25/2015 Introduced, referred to House H.E.W.

S 0411
Introduced By:
Senators Jabour, Lombardi, Archambault, DiPalma, and McCaffrey
Date Introduced:
February 25, 2015
Referred To:
Senate Environment & Agriculture

This act adds hoarding of animals to the list of cruelty to animal offenses.
This act would take effect upon passage.

H 5800
BREED SPECIFIC
Introduced By:
Representatives Barros, Tobon, Abney, Coughlin, and Johnston
Date Introduced: March 05, 2015
Referred To: HEW

This act would make all municipal breed specific animal regulating ordinances enacted before July 15, 2013, binding and enforceable until repealed by the appropriate officials of the city or town
This act would take effect upon passage.
Posted on Mar 21, 2015 by defenders


Important Animal Protection Legislation Passed in Rhode Island
Senate Bill No. 2312 SUB A
BY Ruggerio, Sosnowski, Miller, Archambault, Goldin
(would specifically make it a misdemeanor to confine any animal in a motor vehicle if it is done in a manner that places the animal in a life or extreme health threatening situation)
Posted on Jun 30, 2014 by defenders


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