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Louisiana Considers Allowing Pets to Be Buried With Their Owners

The bill is headed for the state House floor.

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A bill being considered in Louisiana would ensure that cremated pets can be buried with their owners.

The proposed legislation is headed for the House floor after receiving approval from the state House’s commerce committee, Louisiana Radio Network reports.

The legislation was filed by Rep. Wayne McMahen of Minden.

He said that even if it passes, cemeteries could decide whether to allow pets or not.

McMahen said there’s “no mandate in here that any cemetery in this state has to do anything differently if they don’t want to.”

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