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Oregon lawmakers are considering bills that would crack down on animal abusers.  Senate President Peter Courtney says they increase fines and penalties.  Animal shelters would also be required to get a license from the state and allow inspections. The head of the Oregon Humane Society told lawmakers that many of the shelters are making money by selling animals from out of state; but then get overwhelmed by the number of animals, which leads to the abuse.

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