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California city becomes first in nation to recognize legal rights of nonhuman animals

  • The City of Ojai has become the first city in the United States to grant legal rights to a nonhuman animal, setting a precedent for animal protection.
  • The Ojai City Council voted in favor of the ordinance proposed by Councilmember Leslie Rule and developed with the Nonhuman Rights Project, with a majority vote of 4-1.
  • The Nonhuman Rights Project plans to collaborate with other cities within California and nationwide to pass similar legislation, aiming to expand legal protection for animals.
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