Valparaiso University Law School Professor Rebecca Huss discusses “PETS OR PROPERTY? The Politics of Animal Rights” on WNIT’s show Politically Speaking

On Sunday, November 3rd, Valparaiso University Law Professor Rebecca Huss appeared on WNIT’s public television’s Politically Speaking “Pets or Property? The Politics of Animal Rights” hosted by Elizabeth Bennion. 

Professor Huss was  joined by South Bend Common Council members Valerie Schey and Fred Ferlic. The participants debated  animal control ordinances, which included household pet limits, urban chickens and breed specific laws targeting pit bulls as dangerous animals.

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Professor Rebecca Huss, is a nationally renowned animal law expert whose pivotal role (and innovative approach) saved the dogs involved in the Michael Vick dog fighting case.

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