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Animal Legislative Update from Vanessa Gagne

Thu, July 11, 2019 6:25 PM | Sue Gallup (Administrator)


Fur flies as California moves closer to a statewide ban

CA AB 44 prohibits the sale and manufacturing of fur products.

Animal protection groups applaud Senate bill to ban horse slaughter

US HR 875 is a bill that aims to prevent human health threats posed by the consumption of equines raised in the United States. However upon further inspection it is a result of when horse slaughter houses were removed from the United States and horses began to be shipped to Canada and Mexico for slaughter.  This falls out of USDA jurisdiction. Some owners have dumped their horses in the West among the wild horses because they no longer had access to slaughterhouses; thus creating an overpopulation problem with wild horses with the added complication that they are now overgrazing their habitat. I implore you to read up more about this topic, as it is a hot button issue for Americans who do not wish to consume horse meat.


The Cavalry Group: Defending the basic right to own animals

Anonymous For the Voiceless: Post about Service Animals

Wild animals in circuses to be banned in Wales under new law

Commentary: Tips for Handling Animal Activists

‘Free Willy’ law spotlights contradictions in how Canadians see animal rights

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