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Backers of Animal Cruelty Bill Pushing for Special Session

Backers of Animal Cruelty Bill Pushing for Special Session

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(KSL News) Politics killed an effort to raise the punishment for animal cruelty. The bill was nicknamed "Henry's Law" during the just-ended legislative session.

But Henry's owner, Rhonda Kamper, isn't giving up. She's fighting to get the proposed law raising animal cruelty from a misdemeanor to a felony put on a special-session agenda.

The group "Help Us Help Them" believes there are enough votes to pass the bill.

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