Animal Abuser bill put on hold in Lansing


A proposal to establish an animal abuser registry in Michigan has been put on hold in the Senate.

There was no vote held at today's Senate Judiciary Meeting regarding Logan's Law.

Logan's Law is a bill that, if passed, would create a registry for people convicted of animal abuse. 

It would require animal shelters or pet stores to refuse to adopt or sell to anyone on the list. 

Democratic Senator Steve Bieda said the committee expects to meet several times over the summer to hear more public testimony.

He said the process is running as usual and a vote can be expected in late summer or early fall.

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