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Alaska Wolves

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Easy targets against fallen snow, wolves can be gunned down from airplanes or chased to exhaustion, then shot at point blank range. Since 2003, more than 1,000 wolves have been killed by aerial gunners. It’s a brutal practice, captured here in this video.

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Liebel Circus Adds to Its Long History of Animal Abuse, Public Endangerment   Columbia, Miss. — PETA has sent an urgent letter to Brigadier General Augustus L. Collins of the Mississippi National Guard, urging him to cancel plans to host an appearance at the Mississippi National Guard Readiness Center in Lucedale by the Great American […]

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Starwood Hotels & Resorts Earns Top Rating on the Human Rights Campaign Corporate Equality Index

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Snapperfest

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Snapperfest By Lori Lovely On January 19, two national non-profits, Animal Legal Defense Fund and Best Friends Animal Society, jointly filed a petition for rulemaking with the Indiana Natural Resources Commission, arguing that the Department of Natural Resources misinterpreted state law regarding animal cruelty at Ohio County’s annual Snapperfest. Indiana Code 35-46-3-12 states that “a […]

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Company’s ‘Guide’ Supports Animal Torture, Says Group PETA has fired off a letter to Michelin CEO Michel Rollier urging his company’s renowned publication, theMichelin Guide, to stop awarding stars to restaurants that serve foie gras or shark fin soup. In its letter, PETA states that foie gras production is so cruel—it’s the result of force-feeding […]

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Senate Bill (SB) 184, which is currently making its way through the Indiana Senate, could subject whistleblowers to criminal prosecution for their efforts to expose animal abuse on factory farms. If passed, the bill would make it a crime to record video of or photograph a farm without the farm owner’s written consent and could […]

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WHITE PLAINS, N.Y.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–HEINEKEN USA today announces the appointment of Brian Fried as Regional       Vice President Sales, Western Region, effective immediately. In his new       role, Fried will report to Scott Blazek, Senior Vice President of Sales,       and will be responsible for driving HEINEKEN USA performance and       delivering results through the effective management of regional       resources, […]

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Communications & Technology Financing Outlook Featured on CIT’s Executive Spotlight Series

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