Sarah Ford | September 19, 2013

Don’t Let Them Wipe Out Animal Protection Laws

 

The House of Representatives passed its Farm Bill, including the overreaching “King amendment,” which threatens to repeal dozens of animal protection laws. It could nullify not only measures relating to animal welfare—like farm animal confinement, horse slaughter, puppy mills, and shark finning—but also a wide range of other concerns, such as food safety, child labor, and the environment.
A House-Senate conference committee will now negotiate the final bill, and we need to keep the King amendment out.
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Source: The Humane Society of the United States

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