Earlier this month, while most of LaRue County was focused on the 199th celebration of native son Abraham Lincoln's birth, animal ordinance officer Jill Gray journeyed to Frankfort to speak in favor of stricter laws for people who abuse animals.
As part of the "Humane Day Rally" in the capitol rotunda, Gray spoke in support of House Bill 77, which would require the offender to pay "reasonable and necessary maintenance expenses for care of animals involved in cruelty and torture cases."
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