Bill to protect endangered wildlife moves through to state senate

Politics - Government
The New Mexico Roundhouse - 2015 Legislative Session_85409

SANTA FE, N.M. (KRQE) – A proposal that would create penalties for knowingly buying or selling endangered wildlife is moving through the Roundhouse.

It’s similar to laws in other states that restrict the trafficking of parts from elephants or any animal threatened with extinction. Democratic Senator Mimi Stewart’s bill passed the House Judiciary Committee and now heads to the full House. It already passed the Senate.

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