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Md. appellate court: Montgomery County bowhunting program not animal cruelty

A pilot bowhunting program to control the deer population at two Montgomery County parks is not considered animal cruelty under state law, a Maryland appellate court has held. The Montgomery County Department of Parks announced the deer management program in August 2015 for Great Seneca Stream Valley Park and Watts Branch Stream Valley Park. Bethesda resident ...

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