H.R. 961 — Georgia and Hawaii

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Call to Action — H.R. 961

Calling all residents of Georgia and Hawaii. Especially you Georgians! Let’s get busy.

Take action on behalf of horses and help get the cosponsors required to blast H.R. 961, The SAFE Act of 2019, out of Committee and onto the House Floor for debate and vote.

When H.R. 961 becomes law it will totally abolish the practice of slaughtering American horses for human consumption. Imagine the impact on the lives of our Quarter Horses (America’s Horse), Thoroughbreds and Wild Horses & Burros.

There is so very much at stake. Please help get and keep American horses out of the slaughterhouse.

Magic Number — 290

Here’s how we do it.

We need a minimum of 290 to take advantage of the Consensus Calendar Rule which will move the Bill onto the House Floor for debate and vote.

As of this writing, the SAFE Act of 2019 has 151 cosponsors.

Below are all U.S. Representatives for the States of Georgia and Hawaii. Those who have cosponsored H.R. 961 are marked with a big YES.

If they have not cosponsored, you know what to do. Contact them and ask that they cosponsor H.R. 961 at their earliest opportunity.

For those new to the process, here’s a link that will take you through it in simple, easy-to-follow steps right here on Tuesday’s Horse.

Georgia

District 1: Buddy Carter (R)
District 2: Sanford Bishop (D) — YES!
District 3: Drew Ferguson (R)
District 4: Hank Johnson (D)
District 5: John Lewis (D)
District 6: Lucy McBath (D)
District 7: Rob Woodall (R)
District 8: Austin Scott (R)
District 9: Doug Collins (R)
District 10: Jody Hice (R)
District 11: Barry Loudermilk (R)
District 12: Rick W. Allen (R)
District 13: David Scott (D)
District 14: Tom Graves (R)

Hawaii

District 1: Ed Case (D)
District 2: Tulsi Gabbard (D) — YES!

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Take Action

Contact the YES’s to say thank you (believe us, they will notice — tweet it with bill # for max effect; and the non YES’s and ask them to please cosponsor, that this a hot ticket issue, and very, very important to you.

You do not need to wait for your State to be called here on Tuesday’s Horse. Take action today no matter what State you are from. Do it all online anytime day or night. Go here now to take action against horse slaughter »

Resources

Find your U.S. Representative at House.gov (enter zip code and click ‘Look Up’, top right hand corner of landing page) »
Directory of Representatives at House.gov »
Tips for Taking Action on H.R. 961, Tuesday’s Horse »
How a Bill Becomes Law, Tuesday’s Horse »
All Cosponsors of H.R. 961 »

Constituency Services

Create an account with one of the constituency services below with a username and password. Take action on pending legislation important to you — such as H.R. 961  — and contact your U.S. Representatives and Senators with the guarantee that your message will be delivered to them and counted. You can also follow Bills, see who supports them, and what others are saying, plus a lot more.

We highly recommend getting involved in this way.

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3 thoughts on “H.R. 961 — Georgia and Hawaii”

  1. Horse meat is not safe for human consumption. It has been found mixed in other meats at our grocery stores. And in mlm our fast food restaurants. The slaughterhouse is not clean and the slaughter is very inhumane. The horses in our country are not raised as slaughter animals . Our bbn horses are companion animals. Since this slaughterhouse for horses has been started there have been a great number of very well cared for private owner horses stolen off their own property. And not recovered. The slaughter house has a contract with the kill buyer for a number of horses brought in for their load. If he is missing some he needs to secure his load. There have been quite a few broken hearts of many people never recovering their horses including children. We are asking for your cooperation to cosponsor for H.R. 961. Thank you respectfully.

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