OH Passes Anti-Bestiality Law As Animal Abuse Cases Rise

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On Ohio man was was accused of having intercourse with two dogs, but bestiality was not a crime in the state, so authorities were limited to charging him with animal cruelty, a misdemeanor. The case prompted the city of Warren to pass Ohio's first local bestiality ban, and a statewide anti-bestiality law is effective this month, reports the Associated Press. Eight . . .

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