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Tedisco touting animal abuse laws

Pair of local cases prompt renewed call

Assemblyman James Tedisco, R-Glenville, is pushing a package of laws he believes will help prevent incidents of animal abuse and hoarding like a pair of local cases in Halfmoon and Johnsonville.
Assemblyman James Tedisco, R-Glenville, is pushing a package of laws he believes will help prevent incidents of animal abuse and hoarding like a pair of local cases in Halfmoon and Johnsonville.
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Two extreme cases of alleged animal abuse in the Capital Region have prompted Assemblyman James Tedisco to renew his push for a package of legislation aimed at preventing these types of events. A statewide registry for animal abusers, prohibition on future ownership of animals by convicted abusers, mandatory psychiatric evaluations for abusers and incentives to spay and neuter pets are all being advanced by Tedisco, R-Glenville, who owns two cats and two dogs, all spayed ...


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