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From: The Oregonian By: Guest Opinion – Steven Wise On Aug. 7, in State v. Fessenden, the Oregon Supreme Court decided that the Oregon and U.S. constitutions allow a police officer to enter private property, without a warrant, seize an emaciated horse who was near death from starvation and take her to a veterinarian. But the court did not ...Full Article
From: KMTR By: Kat Wolcott EUGENE, Ore. — Two recent Oregon Supreme Court decisions are expanding animal rights. In one case, Judges ruled that animals could be considered victims. ...Full Article
Government and Industry Are Colluding to Eliminate America’s Wild Horses — Will Sally Jewell Stop Them?
Suzanne Roy /Campaign Director, American Wild Horse Preservation Campaign / Huffington Post / March 20, 2013 Wild horses capture the American public’s imagination like no other animal. The image of ...Full Article
The Horse Meat Scandals Reveal We Are More Psychologically Screwed Up Than We Realized About Eating Animals
Dr. Raj Persaud and Dr David James / Huffington Post Lifestyle / Feb 20, 2013 Everyone’s getting upset because horses are turning up in our dinners rather than cows. But is ...Full Article