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Maryland bill would charge fees for new spay-neuter fund

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ANNAPOLIS - The Maryland Senate passed a bill Thursday that would help reduce the state's exploding pet population by creating a fund to pay for the spaying and neutering of cats and dogs, though opponents worry it puts the burden of that payment on small businesses. The bill, which passed 46-1, would create a $100 fee on makers of dog and cat food that would go toward vouchers and grants to...

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