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Animals In Print
The On-Line Newsletter

From 3 November 2000 Issue:



If you live in these states, please vote For (or against) the following measures involving animal protection.  If you have friends and /or family in these states, encourage them to do likewise! Do all you can to make people aware of these ballot initiatives and pass this list along.

Measure 1 - VOTE NO - would bar all citizen ballot initiatives relating to the protection of wildlife.
Measure 6 - VOTE YES  - would retain the prohibition of same-day airborne ("land-and-shoot") hunting of wolves, which Alaska voters banned in 1996.

Proposition 102 - VOTE NO - would require a two-thirds supermajority to approve any ballot initiative relating to the protection of wildlife. For campaign information, see

Question 3 - VOTE YES - would prohibit dog racing and meetings at which betting or wagering on dog racing occurs. For campaign information, see

Initiative 143 - VOTE YES - would impose a moratorium on new game farm licenses and would ban “canned hunts.” For campaign information, see

Question 1 - VOTE NO - would create a new section of the North Dakota Constitution relating to the right to hunt, trap, and fish.

Measure 97 - VOTE YES - would ban the use of steel-jawed leghold traps & other body-gripping traps for recreation and commerce in fur, and would ban the use of Compound 1080 (sodium fluoroacetate) and sodium cyanide. For campaign information, see .

Question 2 - VOTE NO - would amend the Virginia Constitution to establish "a right to hunt, fish, and harvest game."

Initiative 713 -VOTE YES - would ban the use of steel-jawed leghold traps and other body-gripping traps for recreation & commerce in fur, and to ban the use of Compound 1080 (sodium fluoroacetate) and sodium cyanide.  For campaign information, see .

For the text and background information on any of these ballot initiatives, see: .  For more info on any of the following ballot initiatives, see:
Initiatives 2000
If you want to get in touch with any of the campaign offices, please e-mail:

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