Tenn. lawmakers consider bills on animal abuse investigations

Lawmakers in Tennessee are considering legislation that would require people secretly investigating animal abuse to turn their evidence over to law enforcement within 48 hours. Sponsors say the measures are meant to provide guidance for people who discover abuse, but Matthew Dominguez, policy manager for the Humane Society, says such a law could limit investigations and criminalize the actions of those who discover abuse.

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