Utah lawmakers advance 2 animal-shelter bills

03/3/2010 | Salt Lake Tribune (Utah), The

A bill that seeks to allow shelters in Utah to euthanize animals by carbon-monoxide gassing or lethal injection cleared the state House Tuesday. Also, state senators approved a bill that would abolish a mandate requiring publicly funded shelters to surrender cats and dogs for medical experiments.

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