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INDIANAPOLIS | More than 100 dogs and cats set to be killed at an Indianapolis animal shelter instead will find new lives in homes halfway across the country, thanks in part to the work of state Rep. Linda Lawson, D-Hammond.
Fed up with a euthanisia rate nearing 70 percent at the Bloomington animal shelter, a group of local residents in the southern Indiana city came together 10 years ago and demanded officials make a change.
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