By Robin Zimmerman
In lieu of a public hearing, public comment began July 2 on rules establishing guidelines for the Dangerous Wild Animals Act. West Virginia Legislature passed West Virginia House Bill 4393, which prohibits the private possession of dangerous wild animals, creating a Dangerous Wild Animal Board that has been tasked with determing which animals will be included on the list. The board is also charged with establishing caging requirements and fees. Public comment will continue through August 1 at 12 PM.
Read more in the Thursday, July 17, edition of the West Virginia Daily News.