Animal Rights Group Again Fighting OSU

Jan 24, 2013

An animal-rights group wants the federal government to take a closer look at Ohio State University's animal labs.

The group called Stop Animal Exploitation Now wants the U.S. Department of Agriculture to fine the school for nearly 20 violations found during inspections last year.  OSU officials say the violations have been fixed and no animals are in danger. Animal rights groups have battled the school for years over its use of cats, primates, and other animals in experiments.