New Farmed Animal Bill Introduced in Illinois
The Illinois General Assembly Senate Assistant Majority Leader Sen.
James A. DeLeo introduced a bill that would hopefully amend the state's
Humane Care for Animals Act. This bill would prohibit a person from
tethering or confining any covered animal, on a farm, for all or the
majority of any day, in a manner that prevents the animal from lying
down, standing up and fully extending his or her limbs or turning around
freely, with exceptions such as research. Violators would be guilty of a
Class C misdemeanor.
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Illinois bill focused on animal production.
It is imperative that laws be enacted to ensure God's farmed animals
enjoy, at the very least, the most basic needs any being deserves. By
showing love and compassion to God's animals we are being good stewards
of them; and therefore we are showing obedience to God.
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