Archive for September, 2011
In Nebraska, Gov. Dave Heineman and his allies in agribusiness have turned away repeated attempts by The HSUS to open up a dialogue about animal welfare issues.
With “Contagion” showing in movie theaters across the nation, Dr. Michael Greger with The HSUS examines the human health consequences of our collective treatment of wildlife, domestic, and farm animals.
On Tuesday, the California Senate gave final approval to a ban on shark finning—the most recent in a string of state and federal laws designed to curb the cruel and wasteful killing of sharks for their fins just for the soup dish. Also within the . . .
Last week, the Obama administration took action on a couple of HSUS priorities, offering the prospect of greater protection for captive chimpanzees in the United States and the promise that young puppies from foreign puppy mills will not be legally brought into our country for . . .
The name Bernie Rollin is not as familiar to the American public as Temple Grandin, but when it comes to matters relating to animal welfare, it should be. Bernie Rollin is the Distinguished Professor of Philosophy and University Bioethicist at Colorado State University (CSU), and . . .
Although the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service recognizes that wild chimpanzees are endangered, chimpanzees in captivity in the U.S. are deprived of protections that threatened and endangered species are normally afforded. Please take action to support increased protection of chimpanzees under the Endangered Species Act.