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Proposed Plan For Wild Horses Gaining Traction Despite Controversy

An initiative regarding the management of the nearly 88,000 wild horses under the care of the U.S. Bureau of Land Management (BLM) is trending toward congressional approval. Nearly half of the wild horses live in Nevada; BLM officials report that Nevada’s Appropriate Management Level is just under 13,000. The Appropriate Management Level is used to […]

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Handel: We Need To End Slaughter Of American Equines

Throughout history, horses have worked alongside us as companions and partners in work, war and sport; they are living symbols of our nation’s spirit. We have the honor and duty to protect them, which is why I am imploring my colleagues in the horse racing industry to contact their federal representatives in Congress and urge […]

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House Appropriations Committee approved amendment denying funds for inspectors at horse slaughter facilities

By a voice vote, the U.S. House Appropriations Committee today approved an amendment offered by Rep. Jim Moran, D-Va., to block spending by the U.S. Department of Agriculture to inspect U.S. horse slaughter plants in Fiscal Year 2013. The spending prohibition had been in place since 2005, but was not renewed last year by a […]

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