For the new administration, swift reinstatement of 2016 horse soring rule is the right call

The reinstatement of the 2016 federal rule to address the abhorrent and widely scorned practice of horse soring in the Tennessee walking horse industry should be an easy decision for the incoming administration. The rule, which the Humane Society of the United States and the . . . 

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PETA Statement: Why Human Antibodies Are Superior to Chicken Antibodies for Fighting the Novel Coronavirus

Please see the following statement from PETA regarding the use of chicken antibodies to fight the novel coronavirus: Snorting chicken antibodies to ward off COVID-19 infections may sound like a joke, but it’s actually just bad science. For scientific and ethical reasons, an end to using animals to produce antibodies was recommended by the European… Read more »

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Victory! Court upholds Obama-era protections for Alaska’s brown bears, disallows baiting

A federal court has ruled that brown bears in Alaska’s Kenai National Wildlife Refuge should continue to be protected from the cruel and biologically unsound hunting practice of baiting – luring these animals with piles of rotting foods like donuts and pastries and then killing . . . 

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