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Hudson County votes unanimously to ban wild animals acts!

New Jersey’s Hudson County voted unanimously to ban traveling shows or circuses that exhibit wild or exotic animals on county property.

VICTORY! New Jersey’s Hudson County Board of Freeholders voted unanimously to ban traveling shows or circuses that exhibit wild or exotic animals on county property. Hudson County joins Cumberland County, Passaic County, Bergen County and Jersey City, NJ, in taking a stand against animal cruelty. ADI supplied evidence and advice to the effort, and applauds NJ local campaigners and Hudson County Freeholders for protecting wild animals, setting an example for the state and our nation to follow.

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