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Terrorism Bill Would Stiffen Penalties For Animal "Rights" Threats

Wednesday, March 30, 2005

A terrorism bill would add Ohio to a growing number of states seeking harsher penalties for attacks by animal "rights" activists and environmentalists, including those against dog food makers, farms where animals are caged and university animal labs.

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