TALLAHASSEE, Florida (AP) -- Florida lawmakers may finally enact a law against bestiality after years of inaction.
A bill (SB 344) was scheduled on Wednesday for a final reading. It could be voted on in the House this week after being unanimously approved by the Senate in March. The legislative session is scheduled to end on Friday.
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The state has no law specifically prohibiting sexual contact between humans and animals.
An infamous case arose in 2005 when prosecutors had difficulty bringing charges against a blind Tallahassee man accused of having sex with his guide dog.
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