Tag Archives: anti-cruelty bills

The Bark that Bites

  By Representative Todd Stephens Elected officials answer to their constituents, it’s the core of the job. All day long we, and our staff, field phone calls, letters, emails, social media posts, and even the occasional fax; filled with issues large and small which matter to our community. We respond as quickly as we can […]

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2017 – the Year of Libre Inspired Advances for Animals

2017 was a banner year for Pennsylvania’s animals – and for Pennsylvania’s community of dedicated animal advocates!  As we welcome in the New Year, please take time to congratulate yourselves on a job well done! Together, we showed what participating in public policy advocacy can accomplish – and made Pennsylvania history with the passage of HB 1238, which […]

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Are You an Action Hero For Animals?

Here’s some great news: many anti-cruelty bills are pending in the Pennsylvania legislature right now, and many more are being circulated with co-sponsorship memos. There is a real potential to positively impact on the lives of animals through public policy – just one anti-cruelty bill can spare scores of animals from suffering. But in order […]

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Tis the Season…

Blog by Senator Roy Afflerbach, Ret. As we enter the holiday season there is no better time than this to make friends with public officials in preparation for their support of humane legislation in the new year.  Local municipal elections concluded in November and state and congressional legislative candidates are preparing for elections next year. […]

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