Published in Law and Health Weekly, December 15th, 2007
The new AVMA policy states that: "State governments, rather than local governments, are the appropriate entities to regulate the practice of veterinary medicine, including allowing or restricting specific procedures." It is, in part, a response to the June 2007 decision of the California Court of Appeals to allow the City of West Hollywood to pass a declawing ban not authorized by the California Veterinary Medical...
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