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2016 Statutory Amendments Table Rebecca F. Wisch Animal Legal & Historical Center

This table details the animal-related legislative changes that occurred across all fifty states in 2016. Links are provided to the amended laws and a summary of the change appears in the adjacent column.

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Detailed Discussion of Oklahoma Great Ape Laws Rebecca F. Wisch Animal Legal & Historical Center The following article discusses Great Ape law in Oklahoma.Oklahoma does not have a law specifically addressing great apes; instead, it is unlawful for an individual to possess a great ape in the state of Oklahoma under the state’s endangered species law.Great apes are generally protected from intentional abuse and neglect under the state’s anti-cruelty law. Unlike many other states, the law does not exempt scientific research facilities from its provisions. Article
Table of 2012/2013 Amendments to State Laws Rebecca F. Wisch Animal Legal & Historical Center

This comparative table gives an overview of changes to state law in 2012 - 2013. Links to the laws are provided as well as a summary of the amendments.

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Brief Summary of Local and State Dog Laws Rebecca F. Wisch Animal Legal & Historical Center

This summary examines the nature and authority of state and local dog laws. It also describes the general subjects included in dog laws, such as loose dogs and impoundment procedures. The concept of preemption of local laws is also defined.

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State and Municipal Regulation of Dogs Rebecca F. Wisch Animal Legal & Historical Center

This paper overviews the general police power local municipalities have over the regulation of dogs. In doing so, the paper touches upon the subjects of local dog regulation and the associated caselaw. The paper also discusses preemption of local dog laws by overriding state laws.

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FAQ: Dogs in Restaurants Rebecca F. Wisch Animal Legal & Historical Center This FAQ explores what states have laws concerning dogs in outdoor dining area of restaurants. As of 2020, 17 states have laws or administrative regulations that allow patrons to bring pet dogs to outdoor dining spaces in restaurants. Some laws require that the local unit of government first enact an ordinance allowing the activity. Article
Detailed Discussion of Wisconsin Great Ape Laws Rebecca F. Wisch Animal Legal & Historical Center The following article discusses Wisconsin Great Ape law. Wisconsin does not have a specific law that prohibits the possession of apes or otherwise addresses their care. The state has a chapter on captive wildlife with a number of provisions related to the possession of captive live wild animals, which would generally include great apes.The state’s endangered species law also prohibits the taking, transport, and possession of endangered or threatened species, including federally-listed species. It is unclear based on a reading of the law whether it requires state permits for foreign endangered species. The law specifically exempts zoological societies or municipal zoos from its reach. Finally, apes are covered generally under the state’s anti-cruelty laws as warm-blooded, non-human animals. The law prohibits treating animals in a cruel manner, which includes causing unnecessary and excessive pain, suffering, or unjustifiable death. Additionally, all animals kept in captivity must have adequate food, water, and shelter. Article
Bald & Golden Eagle Protection Act (BGEPA) Rebecca Wisch

Brief Summary of the Bald and Golden Eagle Protection Act
Rebecca F. Wisch (2002)

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Brief Summary of Dog Bite Laws Rebecca F. Wisch Animal Legal & Historical Center

This brief overview examines the basic provisions of most state dog bite laws, including the traditional elements of negligence and principles of strict liability.

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2008 - 2009 Significant Animal Law Cases Rebecca F. Wisch Animal Legal & Historical Center

This table provides a summary of the significant animal law cases from 2008 and early 2009. The federal cases are listed first followed by the state cases, which are listed alphabetically by case name.

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