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Support bill to tackle animal fighting and other abuses

This action alert is for U.S. residents. International advocates, please visit Humane Society International.

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As your constituent, I respectfully urge you to vote for three animal protection amendments that may come up during the debate on the Farm Bill.

Senators Wyden, Collins, Booker, Heller and Blumenthal are leading an amendment mirroring the Parity in Animal Cruelty Enforcement (PACE) Act, S. 2971/H.R. 4202, which will strengthen the current federal animal fighting laws by ensuring it applies consistently everywhere in the U.S., including the territories. This important language was added to the House Farm Bill by an overwhelming 359-51 vote, and should be included in the Senate bill, too.

Senators Lee, Booker and Hassan are leading an amendment based on the Opportunities for Fairness in Farming (OFF) Act, S. 741, which will bring greater transparency and accountability, and fix the USDA's checkoff programs so that funds aren't misused to lobby against animal welfare reforms and family farmers.

Senators Gillibrand, Toomey and Rubio are leading an amendment to prohibit the slaughter and trade of dogs and cats for human consumption, based on the Dog and Cat Meat Trade Prohibition Act, H.R. 1406. This prohibition was included in the House Farm Bill by voice vote, and we need to ensure that this language is included in the Senate version of the Farm Bill as well.

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