Monthly Archives: December 2013

Top 10 2013 Blogs from Humane PA

The Humane PA blog is intended to educate, inspire, train, engage and sometimes entertain Pennsylvanians who care about animals, and our readers sure are a diverse group! Some members appreciate tips on effectively using their time to make a difference for … Continue reading

Posted in Animal cruelty, Legislation, Pennsylvania election, Pennsylvania Governor, Pennsylvania legislation, Pennsylvania Politics, Political Action Committees

2013 – The Year in Review

What a year 2013 has been! A year of growth. Of hard work. Of victories. Of a record number of animal bills introduced. Our work is formidable. But bill by bill, legislator by legislator, with your help, our efforts of … Continue reading

Posted in Animal cruelty, Animal Law, Community outreach, Pennsylvania election, Pennsylvania legislation, Pennsylvania Politics, Political Action Committees, Voter scorecard

Have Your Legislators Been Naughty or Nice?

As we close in on the final month of 2013, Humane PA has published its end of the year 2013/2014 Scorecard, detailing how Pennsylvania legislators voted on bills that affect animals. We hope you will check it out to see … Continue reading

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Making Animal Protection a Political Priority

Guest blog by Paul Shapiro In 1965, after a decade of landmark advancements—from Brown v. Board to the March on Washington to the Civil Rights Act—the American civil rights movement was at a crossroads. Having achieved progress few would’ve thought … Continue reading

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