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Tuesday, Dec. 1, 2015
We the people put a stamp of approval on the current government, but we better watch carefully.Posted Monday, August 3, 2009, at 10:44 AM
This bill is supposed to be about animal cruelty, but it appears to open a door to government censorship. If the "government" feels that something does not have serious value and is offensive, they can kill it.
Leaving something like this up to vague interpretation sounds dangerous. If the governing party feels that the Green Party or other political groups are not "serious" or possibly offensive can they block their literature or ads?
Since the government has regulated and inspected the walking horse industry in recent years, can they shut down publications that promote that industry?
I am not the best at reading legal mumbo jumbo, so maybe others can comment?
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