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Oregon Bill to Restrict Private Possession of Exotic "Pets" Passes Senate

Published 05/27/09

Legislation that would end the ownership of certain wild animals in Oregon passed the Senate today. S.B. 391 will prohibit future possession of alligators, monkeys, lions, tigers, bears, alligators, crocodiles and caimans. The Humane Society of the United States, Born Free USA and the Oregon Humane Society say they applaud the Oregon House Environment and Water Committee for passing S.B. 391 to "prohibit dangerous wild animals as pets."

Senate Bill Would Remove Oregonians' Right to Own Exotic Pets
Tim King
Salem-News.com

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