John Robbins writes a fantastic expose about the current House
version of the $500 billion Farm Bill that contains an amendment
that could potentially nullify any laws to protect animals, and
perhaps even laws to protect the environment, workers, or public
safety. Interestingly, the person who introduced this amendment,
Rep. Steve King (R-Iowa), seems to have some extreme views. Rep.
King doesn't want anyone telling America's farmers how to raise and
care for their animals as his words clearly express: "My [amendment]
language wipes out everything they've done [to ban the most cruel
practices] with pork and veal."
Please visit Will the Farm Bill Nullify Laws Against Animal
Cruelty? and share!
The Farm Bill, already approved by the House, could mean a huge
set back for God's farmed animals in the U.S. The callousness of
Rep. King depicts very much how Big Ag sees farmed animals: mere
It's imperative that all of us share this
expose far and wide. God's animals don't have a voice unless we
speak on their behalf.
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