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Animal Legislative Update - August 11, 2022
Animal Legislative Update - August 11, 2022
from the desk of Vanessa Gagne


Last week, the USDA announced there would no longer be any “teachable moments” allowed in their inspections of exotic animal operations. All minor infractions will now be considered animal welfare violations.


Rights body ready to help end animal testing in medical schools
This is in Pakistan. PETA purposefully goes to other countries to push their agenda, oftentimes unopposed, in order to build up their numbers. This way, when they present it to legislators in larger, more influential countries, they are more pressured to vote yes.

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USDA proposes livestock welfare rules for organic farms
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