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Ohio veterinary association neutral on livestock housing petition

February 4, 2010

Columbus, Ohio -- The Ohio Veterinary Medical Association has urged caution against rushing to judgement about a possible ballot measure to debate animal welfare standards until more information about the state's livestock housing becomes available.

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Ohio voters approve creation of new livestock board

November 4, 2009

Livestock housing standards in Ohio now will be set by a Livestock Care Standards Board.

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Arkansas officials clarify sales tax rules for veterinarians

October 17, 2009

Arkansas -- Following a request from the Arkansas Veterinary Medical Association, the state Department of Finance and Administrations has issued written guidelines on sales and other tax regulations for veterinary practices.

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Mandatory CE enacted in Connecticut, license fees increase

October 16, 2009

Hartford, Conn. -- Starting in 2011, Connecticut veterinarians will have to earn 24 continuing education credits every two years, according to the Connecticut Veterinary Medical Association.

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California state board considering fee increases

September 29, 2009

Sacramento, Calif. -- Fees imposed by the California Veterinary Medical Board (VMB) could go up in almost every area if the board enacts a forthcoming proposal.

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Santa Monica eyes declaw ban ahead of new state rule

September 23, 2009

Santa Monica has joined San Francisco in trying to limit declawing before a new state law takes effect Jan. 1.

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N.C. lawmakers put the squeeze on reptile owners

August 13, 2009

Snakes that squeeze and venomous reptiles must now be kept under lock and key in North Carolina.

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Ohio considers livestock housing board

August 1, 2009

A ballot issue that would create a statewide board standardizing livestock housing is a step in the right direction.

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Georgia 'Paws to Help' campaign raises $20,000

June 22, 2009

Atlanta -- The Georgia Veterinary Medical Association's annual "Paws to Help" fund-raiser netted more than $20,000 to provide veterinary care for service animals owned by people with disabilities and for other pet owners experiencing financial hardship.

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