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|Title: ||Attorney General Opinion No. 2010-08|
|Other Titles: ||Kansas Attorney General Opinion No.2010-08|
Opinions of the Attorney General No.2010-08
|Authors: ||Kansas. Office of the Attorney General|
|Issue Date: ||29-Mar-2010 |
|Description: ||An opinion requested by George Teagarden, as Livestock Commissioner, "whether the Kansas Animal Health Department can enforce a regulation that requires animal breeders to have electricity in their kennels when that requirement conflicts with a breeder's religious practice." The issue is raised in "relation to animal breeders who are Old Order Amish and whose religious
practice includes rejecting the use of electricity, whether provided by electric power lines."
or by a generator.|
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