Pets Cause A Stir At New Hampshire Bill Hearings Do pets have a place in politics? Some New Hampshire lawmakers say no. Rep. Anita Burroughs' cats recently made an appearance on Zoom, and the committee chair was not pleased.
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Pets Cause A Stir At New Hampshire Bill Hearings

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Pets Cause A Stir At New Hampshire Bill Hearings

Pets Cause A Stir At New Hampshire Bill Hearings

Pets Cause A Stir At New Hampshire Bill Hearings

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Do pets have a place in politics? Some New Hampshire lawmakers say no. Rep. Anita Burroughs' cats recently made an appearance on Zoom, and the committee chair was not pleased.

STEVE INSKEEP, HOST:

Good morning. I'm Steve Inskeep. The New Hampshire Statehouse is polarized over pets. Lawmakers had a hearing over Zoom. And a furry face seemed to replace Representative Anita Burroughs. Her black and white cat was glaring. Burroughs says she was then told to keep her cats out. But the committee chair denies this. He says he just asked, do we really want cats parading in front of a legislator's computer? Needless to say, the answer is yes. Yes, we do. It's MORNING EDITION.

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