Full Title Name:  State Animal Protection Laws - The Next Generation

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Stephan K. Otto Place of Publication:  Animal Law Review at Lewis & Clark Law School Publish Year:  2005 Primary Citation:  11 Animal L. 131 (2005)

A vast increase in animal protection laws during the past decade has changed the legal landscape of animal law. The current generation of such laws includes more inventive and effective provisions, but more could be done. This article reviews the current laws of states across the country and proposes a number of specific provisions that would improve the force and effect of animal protection legislation. The Author's goal is to identify pragmatic ways in which to make animals the most statutorily protected type of property in our country.

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