Tag: Jim Moran

Horse Sense, Not Slaughter

by Wayne Pacelle ~ President and CEO, The Humane Society of the United States “The American public has made clear they oppose horse slaughter and today’s vote reflects the will of the people.” Late Friday morning, the House Appropriations Committee approved an amendment, offered by Rep. Jim Moran, […]

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House Appropriations Committee Votes to Eliminate Funds for Inspection of U.S. Horse Slaughter Facilities

Source: ASPCA.org Approved amendment would protect horses from cruel practice in the U.S. NEW YORK—The ASPCA® (The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals®) commends the members of the U.S. House Appropriations Committee for approving an amendment to its fiscal year 2014 Agriculture Appropriations bill that […]

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For The Love of Horses: No Horse Slaughter Plant Yet For Missouri As Antagonists Continue Opposition

by Frank Buchman of the Kansas Rural Messenger “Americans don’t eat horse meat…” “The ‘bleeding hearts’ got reprieve again.” It sounds terribly rude, and crude, but that’s exactly the way one lifelong horse breeder, champion-horse exhibitor, internationally-recognized horse merchandizer, and true horse lover evaluated announcement that a horse […]

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Wild Horse DC Posse Delivers Goods

Dear Fellow Equine Welfare Advocates:

No press release, just a simple thank you note.

On a personal level I would like to thank everyone involved for the success of delivering your heartfelt letters to D.C. asking the President to put a stop to the senseless management to extinction of our wild horses and burros.

Thanks go our Wild Horse Freedom Federation’s BoD, Habitat for Horses, the Cloud Foundation, the Office of Rep. Jim Moran, Horseback Magazine, PPJ Gazette, Protect Mustangs, Respect4Horses, Equine Welfare Alliance, Native Wild Horse Protection, Animal Law Coalition, Marin Mustangs, my wife Terry, Jerry Finch and the thousands and thousands of outraged American taxpayers who took the time to collect their thoughts and forward their feelings to us so that we could take them to Washington D.C. (apologies to anyone I may have forgotten)

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