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A Look Back at 2015 – Political Progress for Animals

2015 has been a year of ups and downs  for  passing animal bills in Pennsylvania! It’s been a year of growth, record-breaking engagement, local ordinance victories, and frustration as the budget fight drags on, also dragging down the ability to pass animal bills.  The 2015/16 session saw a record number of pro-animal bills introduced and we […]

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Anatomy of an Animal Voter

Thanks so much for taking our survey “Getting to Know You” earlier this year! More than 550 people have taken the survey to date. We’ve crunched the numbers, and we’ve got the results for you. The numbers underscore behavior of the animal voter, as 97.50% of our members are registered to vote and more than 83% vote in […]

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8 Reasons Why Animals Need a Political Action Committee in Pennsylvania!

Do animals need their own political action committee? Absolutely! Here are Humane PA’s top 8 reasons why animals need effective representation in politics: Every voice counts – but there is greater strength in numbers! Legislators care about being elected, and part of being elected is knowing what is important to their constituents.  Humane PA has over 34,000 […]

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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, and gratefully reblogged with her permission, Amy says goodbye.  All of us at Humane PA […]

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