Florida Legislature going to the dogs (and cats)

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (AP) — The Florida Legislature is entering the third week of its annual 60-day session and is considering bills ranging from pets to abortion. The most talked about bill of the week is likely to be a measure that would require girls younger than 18 get a parent's permission before having an abortion. Less divisive will be a bill to make shelter animals and those adopted from shelters the official Florida state pet.

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