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AKC ENDORSES THE “ANIMAL ENTERPRISE TERRORISM ACT”; ACTION EXPECTED IN CONGRESSIONAL “LAME DUCK” SESSION

The AKC has endorsed S. 3880, the “Animal Enterprise Protection Act” (AETA). The bill was introduced by Sen. James Inhofe (R-OK) and principal co-sponsor Sen. Diane Feinstein (D-CA) in early September, and passed the Senate by unanimous consent on September 30, 2006 just before the election recess. It is expected to be taken up by the House of Representatives early in the post election “lame duck” session. The AKC is asking all fanciers to contact their U.S. Representative to urge them to support the AETA.

To read more about this bill please visit AKC’s website: The American Kennel Club

Thank you for your continued support of Canine Legislation!

 

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