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A bill with teeth -- scales, actually

House, Senate OK garter snake as the state reptile

Darryl Sampson Jr., 11, (above) and his friend Sam Ballerini, both of Kingston, pressed for the state to designate the garter snake as the official state reptile. Darryl Sampson Jr., 11, (above) and his friend Sam Ballerini, both of Kingston, pressed for the state to designate the garter snake as the official state reptile.
December 27, 2006

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A bill proposed by two pupils from Kingston has snaked its way through the State House. (Full article: 331 words)

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