By Greg Lawson -
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(7:30pm, mountain time) with cohosts and Animal Rights Online
journalists Greg Lawson and Steve Best, and biologist Dr. Elizabeth
Walsh. KTEP can be heard over the web with Real Radio, which is a free
Tonight, we feature a conversation with Pat Palafox, an
El Paso attorney and animal activist. We discuss the plight of the
chimps of the Alamagordo, New Mexico, Coulston Research center which was
shut down last September. The chimps will eventually be retired to a
Florida sanctuary but for now are still living in small cages. Pat and
other volunteers are trying to make their lives more comfortable.
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