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9 December 2001 Issue
Puppy Protection Act

CYBERACT, CALL, EMAIL AND SNAIL!
Support the Puppy Protection Act!

Prepared letter on web: (Edited version below)
http://capwiz.com/aspca/issues/alert/?alertid=78085&type=CO
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SOURCES:
The ASPCA
The United States Senate is currently considering approving legislation that would provide better enforcement of violations by commercial breeders, better known as "puppy mills" and improve the conditions of dogs at these facilities.
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HUMANElines Issue 173 - December 4, 2001
http://www.hsus.org/programs/government/humanelines.html
ADDITIONAL PUSH FOR PUPPY PROTECTION ACT NEEDED: Once again, we must ask you to devote your attention to making two phone calls on this most critical
issue - the Puppy Protection Act. While many of you have been making calls in support of S. 1478 over the past weeks, we must ask you to CALL AGAIN.
Additional misinformation from the puppy mill industry has been flooding
Congressional offices in the past few days, and we need your calls to your
Senators in support of S. 1478, the Santorum-Durbin Puppy Protection Act.
EVEN IF YOU'VE CALLED BEFORE, THE PUPPIES NEED YOU TO CALL AGAIN. The Puppy Protection Act (S. 1478) will act to remedy the cruelties of the nation's
puppy mills by strengthening the enforcement of the AWA.

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