Monthly Archives: March 2014

Vote for your Favorite Gubernatorial Animal Policy

We want to thank the four Democratic contenders in Pennsylvania’s gubernatorial race who issued  strong position statements on animal policies! We are asking Pennsylvanians to rate the statements in order to gauge  which position statement our members think is the strongest. The candidates who … Continue reading

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Who’s That Knocking at my Door?

Blog by Humane PA President, Elissa Katz Spring is here! The days are longer, bulbs are popping, birds are singing and candidates for political office are out and about in our neighborhoods, knocking on our doors, seeking our votes. What a great … Continue reading

Posted in 2014 Pennsylvania Election, Animal Law, Pennsylvania election, Pennsylvania Politics, Political Action Committees, Voters

“Rocco’s Law” leads animal bills as PA legislature returns

Amy Worden writes the Philly Dawg blog for The Philadelphia Inquirer. With her permission we are reposting her blog about the status of anti-cruelty bills as the legislature returns. Lawmakers will consider a flurry of animal-related bills as they return … Continue reading

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Justice Finally Comes to Animal Victims – “Costs of Care” is Law

Guest blog by Penny Conly Ellison All you needed to do was visit the shelter and walk the rows of kennels and cages and take a glance at the paperwork on each one.  Each kennel card provides some information about … Continue reading

Posted in Animal cruelty, Animal Law, Animal shelters, Pennsylvania Law and animals, Pennsylvania legislation

We’re Here for You!

Our goal at Humane PA is to build the most powerful political bloc imaginable, a voting bloc of Pennsylvania residents from every corner of the state who not only believe in and are committed to the humane treatment of animals, … Continue reading

Posted in 2014 Pennsylvania Election, Animal law, Animal Law, Pennsylvania Law and animals, Pennsylvania Politics