Wild Horse Interaction Discouraged by Ordinance Amendment

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Intentionally approaching a wild horse in Currituck County, N.C., could get visitors in some serious trouble. On July 6, the Currituck County Board of Commissioners made it illegal to intentionally come anywhere within 50 feet of a wild horse.

The Wild Horse Ordinance, originally enacted in 1989, previously declared it only unlawful to lure a horse within 50 feet if the offender was

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