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Archive of the posts written by author : Nathan J. Winograd.

A No Kill California? ‘Bah, humbug!,’ say some

No sooner does the Governor of California announce he wants to end the killing of…

English Tribunal: Vegans Protected Against Discrimination

By contrast, American courts have specifically rejected such rights. An employment tribunal in England has…

VA Legislation Seeks to Put PETA & Others Out of Killing Business

New legislation introduced in Virginia once again seeks to put PETA and other pet slaughterhouses…

Leveraging Kitbull’s Success

  Kitbull, Pixar’s masterpiece about a feral kitten and chained dog, was nominated this week…

NH Lawmakers to Vote on Historic Bill

On Wednesday, New Hampshire lawmakers will vote on a historic bill to ban housing discrimination…

This Week in Animal Rights (Jan. 6, 2020)

The animal shelter in Anson County, NC, went from a 96% kill rate to just…

CA Governor: “We want to be a No Kill state”

Last year, Julian Castro – former Mayor, Cabinet Secretary, and then-candidate for the President of…

Historic Legislation Would Ban Housing Discrimination For Families That Include Pets

Pets are family. And they should be treated as such. If HB 1391 becomes law,…

This Week in Animal Rights (Dec. 30, 2019)

Delta Air Lines turns away a dog (pictured above) who is “very well trained and…

ASPCA: “No Comment” Regarding Death of 20 Dogs

The ASPCA reluctantly promised to investigate itself after it was leaked to the press that…