Humane Society Wants to Ban Deadly Pets 

Your neighbor could have a cobra, and you'd never know. Nor would state officials. Virginia doesn't track or regulate ownership of venomous snakes, constricting snakes or primates. And that's not right, says Laura Donahue, Virginia director of the Humane Society of…

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