The Mexican legislature has passed a bill to ban the use of animals in circus performances.
Mexico City has already passed a ban on using animals in the circus, along with six states. The legislature’s lower chamber voted Thursday to ban the use of animals, following an earlier vote by the Senate. The bill requires circuses to make a list of all their animals and make them available to zoos in case they want to take them. It also imposes fines for violation.
President Enrique Peña Nieto hasn’t said whether he’ll sign the bill into law.
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