Who would vote against banning use of gas chambers in animal ‘shelters’?

By now you’ve probably heard that Pennsylvania’s Gov. Corbett recently signed the bill banning the killing of animals in gas chambers, which were still being used in several animal control facilities in Pennsylvania.

While the House and Senate both voted overwhelmingly to end the practice of killing shelter animals using carbon monoxide. there were a few votes against the bill. According to a post on Philly.com’s Philly Dawg blog, the bill passed 49-0 in the Senate, but in the House vote there were three votes against the bill — Reps. Scott Perry (R) York, Fred Keller (R) Snyder and Brad Roae (R) Crawford.

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