How a bill becomes law

Interior of the Capitol Hill dome, Washington D.C.

Who remembers Government class or Civics? Or do they even teach them any more? It seems a large percentage of American citizens do not know how a bill becomes law. When we started, some of us at the Fund for Horses did, but most of us had very little clue. We were in good shape… Continue reading How a bill becomes law

Ban toxic horse meat

Beauty was a 'throwaway', a horse on a slaughter-bound feedlot that nobody wanted. Well, I wanted her! Image: Remembering Beauty website.

MARCH AGAINST HORSE SLAUGHTER — All sorts of sources are being suggested in connection with the current virus scare. Did you see this? PETA is being mocked and ridiculed by social media users after implying that eating meat may cause coronavirus. The aggressive animal rights organization made the shocking suggestion on Twitter last week, writing: 'Carnivorous is… Continue reading Ban toxic horse meat

Take a stand with us on horse legislation pending right now in Washington

Fund Horse, US Flag and Capitol Dome. Vivian Grant Farrell.

WASHINGTON, D.C. — Here is where The Horse Fund stands on horse legislation pending right now in the nation's capital. We invite you to please join us. THE 115th CONGRESS (2017-2018) • H.R. 113 — ENDORSE THE SAFE ACT — Outlawing the slaughter of U.S. horses at home and abroad. Committees: Referred to the Committee on Energy… Continue reading Take a stand with us on horse legislation pending right now in Washington

Support S.1176 with Congressional Constituent Service POPVOX

There is a powerful new platform service connecting constituents with Congress that recently came to our attention called POPVOX. When investigating it, we noticed that the top trending bill of the week is S.1176, the American Horse Slaughter Prevention Act of 2011. There was only one organization registered for or against S.1176 -- Wyoming State… Continue reading Support S.1176 with Congressional Constituent Service POPVOX