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S.D. commissions feasibility study for equine slaughter plant

April 1, 2012

Pierre, S.D. — South Dakota lawmakers want a new study to examine the feasibility of establishing an equine processing plant in the state.

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Missouri wants to limit 'animal rights' debate

April 1, 2012

Jefferson City, Mo. — Missouri legislation seeks to limit animal-rights arguments in cases of non-economic damages.

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Arizona wants veterinary, other healthcare services taxed

April 1, 2012

Phoenix, Ariz. — Veterinary services may soon be hit with a 6 percent retail tax.

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Vermont considers law on sow confinement

April 1, 2012

Montpelier, Vt. — Vermont is the latest state to consider new rules for the confinement of sows.

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Missouri lawmakers want new stipulations for controlled substance dispensing

April 1, 2012

Jefferson City, Mo. — Missouri lawmakers crafted new legislation that would create a new monitoring system for prescribing and dispensing all schedule II, III, IV and V controlled substances.

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Massachusetts bill would exclude DVMs from prescription drug monitoring program

April 1, 2012

Boston — Veterinarians might be excluded from compliance with the Massachusetts Prescription Monitoring Program is a proposed bill passes.

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W.V. works to clarify rules for RVTs

April 1, 2012

Charleston, W.V. — Some West Virginia lawmakers want to change the requirements and scope of practice for registered veterinary technicians.

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Washington wants veterinary exemption for RX monitoring

April 1, 2012

Olympia, Wash. — Some Washington lawmakers want veterinarians exempted from submitting data as part of the state's prescription monitoring program.

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Okla. reviews rules on animal massage, acupressure

April 1, 2012

Oklahoma City, Okla. — Oklahoma lawmakers are trying to redefine the certification process for animal massage and acupressure.

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