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Schultz Bill One Step Closer to Becoming Law

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The state Assembly on Monday granted final legislative approval to a bill honoring a township police K-9 killed in the line of duty last November.

The measure, named after beloved Gloucester Township Police K-9 Schultz, aims to increase the penalty for those found guilty of killing a police dog engaged in a search or rescue operation to a mandatory five-year prison term, with no parole eligibility. The current law calls for prison terms of three to five years.

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  1. I agree with this proposed law, though I would like to see the scope expanded for others who murder dogs, such as violent civilians or SWAT members who do so out of mere habit/procedure rather than for legitimate (as oppose to rote verbal BS) reasons.

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