Nevada lawmakers are well on the way toward ending the state’s standing as one of the few that does not ban sex between humans and animals. Seriously.
Sponsored by Assemblyman Richard Carrillo, D-Las Vegas, Assembly Bill 391 has drawn widespread praise from animal advocates — and widespread desire to get the bill on the governor’s desk.
The bill has penalties for offenders that include taking away their animals, preventing them from working in jobs around animals, and undergoing a mental health evaluation.
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