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Lawmakers advocate for animals

The 3rd Annual NYS Animal Advocacy Day was held on Tuesday morning in the Well of the Legislative Office Building in Albany. Dr. Josh Bruzgul, right, talks about "Phoenix", a Jack Russell terrier, who was savagely burned by perpetrators in Buffalo and how he cared for the dog after the incident. Judi Bunge, at left, is the is fostering the dog at this time in Buffalo.
Photographer: Marc Schultz
The 3rd Annual NYS Animal Advocacy Day was held on Tuesday morning in the Well of the Legislative Office Building in Albany. Dr. Josh Bruzgul, right, talks about "Phoenix", a Jack Russell terrier, who was savagely burned by perpetrators in Buffalo and how he cared for the dog after the incident. Judi Bunge, at left, is the is fostering the dog at this time in Buffalo.
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Against the backdrop of cuddly and furry faces Tuesday morning, Assemblyman James Tedisco, R-Glenville, and state Sen. Greg Ball, R-Patterson, renewed calls for a statewide registry of animal abusers and a ban on horse slaughter in New York. Tedisco said in a statement that the state Legislature should use the remaining days of the session to pass these measures. “We’ve expanded the DNA database to help catch criminals and exonerate the innocent, and now we ...


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