ACTION ALERT: New Jersey Bill to Fund HSUS

ACTION ALERT: New Jersey Bill to Fund HSUS

“HUMANE STATE” License Plate Fund UPDATE: The bill passed in the Senate Budget and Appropriations Committee on 2/15/18, but with an amendment. HSUS has been removed as the recipient of the funds and replaced with the Animal Welfare Federation of New Jersey. Nice job to all those who voiced opposition and educated legislators! There is a […]

ACTION ALERT: NJ S1093

ACTION ALERT: NJ S1093

New Jersey S1093: Ban on Educational Outreach Programs Our Alert for the Companion bill, A1923: www.usark.org/uncategorized/action-alert-nj-a1923/. S1093 differs from A1923 and will likely be the bill to get traction. S1093 provides exemptions for AZA zoos, some sanctuaries, universities, and government agencies (A1923 does not). ANY EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS BY PRIVATE KEEPERS WILL STILL BE BANNED! Boy/Girl […]

ACTION ALERT: NJ A1923

ACTION ALERT: NJ A1923

New Jersey A1923: Ban on Educational Outreach Programs After misinforming legislators with the previous “Nosey’s Law” (S2508) in 2017, the animal rights groups are back again in 2018 with the same proposal, now bill A1923. Luckily, Governor Christie vetoed the 2017 bill (S2508) just days after his office was informed of the actual implications of […]

Veto S2508: Ban on Educational Animal Programs

Veto S2508: Ban on Educational Animal Programs

EXPIRED UPDATE: “Nosey’s Law” has been vetoed (“pocket veto”) in New Jersey thanks to all the calls, emails, and work done to educate legislators! However, work is already being done to get this passed into law under the new governor. While the next introduction may have some exemptions, we have seen this bill in other states […]

MS HB591: Venomous snake ban

MS HB591: Venomous snake ban

EXPIRED Remember to be professional and civil at all times! EXPIRED   HB591 Died in Committee on January 30th! Mississippi House Bill 591 (HB591) is a duplicate of last year’s HB1, and HB23 in 2016. HB591 seeks to add “all poisonous or venomous species” of snakes to the state list of “inherently dangerous wild animals.” […]