People would be able to smash the windows of hot cars and remove unattended dogs or cats after getting law enforcement approval, under a bill proposed Monday.  Sen. Dorothy Hukill, R-Port Orange, filed a proposal (SB 200) that would allow individuals — first responders, animal-control officers and people instructed by such agencies — to gain access to vehicles and remove unattended animals when the animals’ health is endangered and the owners “after a reasonable effort” can’t be found.

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