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Sex with animals outlawed by NJ Senate

The state Senate unanimously approved a measure that would bar people from having sexual contact with animals. The vote on Monday was 35-0. State law now prohibits torturing or neglecting animals. The

News 12 Staff

May 19, 2015, 12:35 AM

Updated 3,322 days ago

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The state Senate unanimously approved a measure that would bar people from having sexual contact with animals.
The vote on Monday was 35-0.
State law now prohibits torturing or neglecting animals. The new measure would add any sexual contact to the list of prohibitions.
The bill designates bestiality as a fourth-degree criminal offense, punishable by 18 months in prison, a fine of $10,000 or both.
The Assembly unanimously passed an identical measure last June.


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