GRAND FORKS — The Humane Society of the United States and its legislative fund have contributed more than $675,000 to the campaign supporting passage of Measure 5 on the North Dakota general election ballot.
Finding someone in favor of animal abuse might be hard to do. Representatives of both sides of a measure to increase the penalty for abuse to dogs, cats and horses say they have the best interest of these companion animals at heart. But opinions differ on how to provide more protection through the law.
GRAND FORKS — In the bitterly contentious fight over an animal cruelty measure on next week’s ballot in North Dakota, both sides agree that the initiated measure appears to have solid majority support among voters, as suggested by results of a Forum Communications poll released on Saturday.
GRAND FORKS — Despite opposition by a coalition of groups that say the North Dakota Legislature should take the lead in toughening state laws against animal cruelty, a clear majority of voters appear to favor an initiated measure that would make malicious abuse of dogs, cats and horses a felony.
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