Livestock cruelty bill on hold
The bill also would require anyone who makes a video recording of livestock abuse to submit the recording to law enforcement.
The majority of the House Committee on Environment and Agriculture said the bill protects livestock from cruelty and should be passed, while the minority said it is unnecessary because current laws dealing with cruelty to animals cover livestock.
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