LANSING (WKZO) -- Michigan lawmakers are proposing a new registry for people who abuse animals. Republican Representative Paul Muxlow, of Brown City, and Democratic Representative Harvey Santana, of Detroit, have introduced legislation that would require people convicted of animal abuse to register with local law enforcement. The proposal would also prohibit offenders from adopting animals. The idea for the registry, which is being called Logan's Law, came from a couple whose Siberian husky, Logan, was killed in 2012 after someone threw acid in the dog's face.
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