A grand jury indicted a man accused of enticing children.
Non-profit spay and neuter clinics in Alabama
will be able to keep their doors open after a state board rejected proposed
changes on where people can get the procedure done for their pets.
The Alabama State
Board of Veterinary Medical Examiners made the decision Wednesday after a
protest was held at a public hearing on the proposed rule change.
rule the board rejected would have prohibited
non-veterinarians from hiring veterinarians and would prohibit
non-veterinarians, including nonprofit groups, from owning veterinarian
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