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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 possible just 10 years prior, the movement was faced with the painful reality that, for […]

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Volunteers Rock! An Interview with Humane PA Western Director Charlotte Bloom Grimme

If you are a member of the Humane PA page, chances are that Charlotte Bloom Grimme has recruited you to get more active, urged you to write your legislators, or helped answer a question.  Charlotte inspires all of us to do a little more, give a little more, and make Pennsylvania a kinder place for […]

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Where do Pennsylvania’s Pack of Gubernatorial Candidates Stand on Animal Cruelty?

Although we are still a few months away from elections for Governor in Pennsylvania, the race for the Democratic nomination is gathering steam as it seems a new candidate enters the race every week!  This gives us a real opportunity to put animals on the radar screen of a whole new group of politicians. In […]

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Philly Dawg reports: PA bill aims to make pet store puppy sales more transparent

Amy Worden, Inquirer Staff Writer, writes the Philly Dawg blog for The Philadelphia Inquirer. With her permission we are reposting her blog about a bill soon to be introduced that will make pet store puppy sales more transparent. A York County lawmaker is unveiling  legislation on Thursday that would likely make Pennsylvania among the most  transparent states […]

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