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More Conn. municipalities could open regional dog pounds under new law

A new law that took effect in Connecticut this week allows more municipalities to open regional animal shelters or dog pounds.  Under prior law, any two or more contiguous towns, each with a population of less than 25,000, could have a regional animal control officer and facility.  The word contiguous is removed and increases the population threshold to 50,000.

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