Rep. Scott Randolph files low-cost spay and neuter bill

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Representative Scott Randolph (D-Orlando) filed a bill last week that could save local Florida governments $30 million to $40 million annually. The Spay and Neuter Bill (HB 359) would increase funding for low-cost spay and neuter programs across the state.

Each year, local governments spend roughly $90 million euthanizing more than 150,000 cats and dogs. States that have passed aggressive

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