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Meet Our Massachusetts State Director
After working on the campaigns for Mainers for Fair Bear Hunting and Keep Michigan Wolves Protected, Stephanie Harris is the Massachusetts state director.
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Act today: Tell your state legislators to oppose H. 713, the misleading ‘livestock board’ bill. Please support real animal protection efforts, like the ballot measure known as the Act to Prevent Cruelty to Farm Animals.
On January 21, Massachusetts legislators will hold a hearing about protecting puppies and kittens--and people who buy them. Act today: Tell your state legislators to support S.1103/H.1826.
You can end the cruel confinement of farm animals in Massachusetts. Put cruel confinement on the 2016 ballot and vote "Yes!" to ensure that hens, pigs and calves are not kept in cages so small they can't turn around or extend their limbs.
Massachusetts, you can protect elephants and rhinos. Ask your state representative to support S440/H1275, which would ban the sale of ivory and rhino horn, and S1801/H1274/H1477, which would prohibit the use of bullhooks and chains on elephants.
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