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Tuesday September 10, 2019 (1 month, 1 week ago)


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STATE HOUSE, BOSTON, SEPT. 10, 2019…..Sales of ivory and rhinoceros horn between Massachusetts residents, technically legal thanks to a gap in state law, will contribute to rapidly declining animal populations if left unaddressed, lawmakers and supporters of legislation said Tuesday.A bill filed by Rep. Lori Ehrlich and Sen. Jason Lewis (H 772 / S 496) takes aim at the practice, banning almost every intrastate transaction involving the substances in a way that mirrors federal [...]

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