Republican cosponsors and the SAFE Act

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Calling all Americans. Do you have a Republican Representative in the U.S. House? If so, help boost Republican support of the SAFE Act by asking your Representative to cosponsor H.R.961. Here's why. There are 435 voting members in the U.S. House. 218 equals a majority. As of this writing the SAFE Act has 228 cosponsors. However, in… Continue reading Republican cosponsors and the SAFE Act

So happy together — Supporters of Kentucky State bill SB139 reducing horses to livestock status

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MARCH AGAINST HORSE SLAUGHTER (KENTUCKY) — Here are quotes from the Paulick Report regarding Kentucky state bill SB139 from groups and individuals openly excited about the prospect of Kentucky horses being reduced to livestock status. There is an Action Alert for Kentuckians immediately following. From our experience many of them are pro horse slaughter. We… Continue reading So happy together — Supporters of Kentucky State bill SB139 reducing horses to livestock status

When Horse Slaughter Comes to Town: Conclusion

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When horse slaughter comes to town, environmental hazards, economic woes, and the stigma associated with the cruelties inherent to killing horses for their meat, are only a part of the price the community pays. THE horse slaughter industry is an insidious, brutal and predatory business that exists for one reason and one reason only. Horse… Continue reading When Horse Slaughter Comes to Town: Conclusion

When Horse Slaughter Comes to Town: Alternatives to Slaughter

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Slaughter is a useless as a tool for controlling the unwanted horse population. WITH the devastated economy, its slow recovery and the closure of all horse slaughter facilities in the US, pro-slaughter groups want you to believe there is no alternative. A study examining horse slaughter trends in the United States, Canada and Mexico carried… Continue reading When Horse Slaughter Comes to Town: Alternatives to Slaughter

Young people take up cause of horses (Or)

They ask Jackson County commissioners to develop legislation to protect the animals against abuse, mistreatment By DAMIAN MANN | Mail Tribune | August 17, 2008 Source Link ----------------------------- When it comes to horses, 15-year-old Allison Tokar is leading the charge against their abuse and mistreatment. The Central Point teenager and 14 other young horse-owners pleaded… Continue reading Young people take up cause of horses (Or)