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Denver Votes on Circus-Animal Ban

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Denver Votes on Circus-Animal Ban

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Denver Votes on Circus-Animal Ban

Denver Votes on Circus-Animal Ban

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Denver voters will decide tomorrow if they want the circus to come back to town. A teenaged animal rights activist and her petition drive got the issue on the ballot.

Guests:

Heather Mahoney, committee member of Denver for Cruelty-Free Circuses

Tom Albert, vice president, government affairs for Feld Entertainment, the parent company of Ringling Brothers and Barnum and Bailey Circus