By Tim Enloe; Accessmilton.com
Liberty's Law, a proposed ordinance to enforce and enhanced current animal abuse laws, continues to gain traction throughout the country. Petition signatures are coming in from Maine to California. Total signatures to date are 777.
Some supporters are even sharing why they believe in Liberty's Law. Patricia Norman out of Archer, FL states "This proposal behind this petition has been wisely developed. It is fair, forward-thinking, and not unfriendly. It could, in fact, become a model for other communities to use for problems like these."
Over the past year and a half, however, Milton Georgia officials have continued to be defiant by refusing to allow Liberty's Law to be presented for consideration.
As a result, a horse who lived on Dorris Road broke it's neck after being spooked by a neighboring property's illegal fireworks earlier this month.
With more marketing planned for Liberty's Law throughout the state and growing support, only time will tell if the City of Milton Georgia's lack of action will be to their benefit or detriment regarding claims of being an equestrian oasis.