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This bill, as amended and designated as “Moose’s Law,” prohibits a person who has been convicted of a criminal animal cruelty offense in this State, or in any other state or jurisdiction, from: (1) commencing, operating, applying for employment, being employed, or volunteering at, or participating in any capacity in, an “animal-related enterprise” (enterprise), as that term is defined in the bill; or (2) acquiring or owning any domestic companion animal for a definitive period of time, as specified by a court.

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