Mandatory spay, neuter bill for pets advances
By STEVE GEISSINGER /MediaNews Sacramento Bureau
SACRAMENTO — After a delay to fix what lawmakers called serious flaws, a somewhat less ambitious statewide plan to force household pets to be spayed and neutered easily cleared its first, key legislative hurdle Tuesday.
The measure by Assemblyman Lloyd Levine, D-Van Nuys, was approved by the Assembly Business and Professions Committee on a 7-2 vote, along party lines. Read the rest here.