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Ivory laws will hurt people, but won't save any animals

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Ivory laws will hurt people, but won't save any animals I read with a great deal of dismay and fear the June 2 article about a proposed ban on ivory. As an antiques collector, I own many ivory art objects, some going back to the 1700s -- watches, clocks, card cases, netsukes, sculptures, etc. I bought them for their beauty and artistry, and I am sure the ivory was taken from animals killed centuries ago ...

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wmarincic
June 13, 2014
4:25 p.m.

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Roslyn Weiss, you can thank an Erie County Judge for the lenient sentence given for what happened once in a downtown theater. People by the thousands have been going to Proctors with little or no incidence. The Schenectady Police are constantly patrolling there.

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