Geez, and we thought that cutting education funding was the easiest way to play on people’s emotions
But Arnold is taking it one step further in California:
NBC Los Angeles: The Hayden Bill, enacted 11 years ago, requires that California shelters provide care to animals for at least six days before euthanizing them. According to a report by the Legislative Analyst’s Office, the state could save $23 million by slashing that mandate in half.
The cost of recovery for each animal adopted is typically paid for via fees, but the LAO claims that keeping these animals alive a few extra days does nothing for their long-term.
Give us a bailout, Obama, or the puppy gets fried with laser beams.
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