Author Archives: Humane PA

Wishing this was an April Fool’s Joke

We wish this blog was an April Fool’s joke, but, unfortunately, one of Pennsylvania’s strongest voices for animals – Amy Worden of the Philadelphia Inquirer/Philly Dawg Blog – is bidding farewell.  In her last blog written for the Philly Dawg, … Continue reading

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Why I Will Make the Trip to Harrisburg for Humane Lobby Day!

Blog by Elissa Katz, President, Humane PA PAC April 20, 2015 is Humane Lobby Day and scores of animal advocates from every part of the state will meet in our capital to raise their voices for animals. I will make … Continue reading

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Getting to Know You

We’d like to learn a little bit about the voting habits of all of our members, supporters and animal advocates in Pennsylvania! Please take the following anonymous survey so that we can get to know you. Our goal is to … Continue reading

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PAC Fundraising: NOT a 4 Letter Word!

Blog by Humane PA President, Elissa Katz Humane PA prides itself on having effectively mobilized thousands of animal lovers into a powerful political entity and thanks to everyone who responds to our alerts, meets with their legislators, shares our Facebook and other … Continue reading

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Humane PA’s 2014 Candidate Survey Launched

Humane PA, Pennsylvania’s Political Voice for Animals, is committed to passing stronger anti-cruelty laws in Pennsylvania and the way we approach this important task is to is to make sure that we elect humane leaders.  The Humane PA 2014 Candidate … Continue reading

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The Bogeyman Bill

Blog by Humane PA President, Elissa Katz Imagine an activity that is so cruel and senseless that it has been widely condemned in newspaper editorials in every major region of our state – an activity that is considered so deplorable that … Continue reading

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Talk the Vote!

Blog by Humane PA President, Elissa Katz May 20 is Primary Day, and as important as it is to get out and vote, it is just as important to get out and talk! Primary Day presents a wonderful opportunity to … Continue reading

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Everything you Need to Make a Difference for Animals on Primary Election Day

Primary Elections – The Place for Power Politics Primary elections can be the most exciting time of year for people who understand how the system works. Because many people choose to ignore primary elections, resulting in only about 1/3 of … Continue reading

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Presenting Humane PA’s 2014 State Primary Endorsements!

Humane PA is pleased to present Humane PA’s 2014 Primary endorsements of candidates for Pennsylvania state offices in the upcoming Primary on May 20th.  In a recent statewide poll, 86 percent of Pennsylvania voters polled support their legislator’s efforts to … Continue reading

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Are you in?

It is National Volunteer Week, and Humane PA — and Pennsylvania’s animals — are so grateful for our amazing, dedicated volunteers ! We are especially inspired by the volunteers of Humane PA.  As an entirely volunteer-run humane political action committee … Continue reading

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