Who eats horse meat in New Jersey? Maybe nobody does, but soon it could be illegal just in case somebody gets a craving for a pony burger or a Clydesdale sandwich. The General Assembly has approved bipartisan legislation that would ban the slaughter or sale of horses for human consumption.
A bill known as “Dano’s Law,” would upgrade the penalties for killing, maiming, inflicting harm, or interfering with an animal owned or used by a law enforcement agency or a search and rescue dog or for threatening to do so in New Jersey.
A measure that toughens penalties for people who kill, maim or even threaten to harm a police dog, a police horse or any other animal used by law enforcement could be passed by the full Assembly in the coming weeks.
In the wake of the hurricane and subsequent flooding in 2011, animal emergency response teams are urging pet owners across New Jersey to have a plan in place and be ready in the event of an upcoming evacuation or disaster.
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