The outlawing purposeful crushing, burning, drowning, suffocation, impalement or other violence causing serious bodily injury to animals But Not A Baby?
The U.S. abortion rate falls to lowest level since Roe v. Wade
A report by the Guttmacher Institute released Wednesday outlines dramatic changes in the abortion landscape between 2011 and 2017. The U.S. abortion rate has again hit an all-time low. States passed an unprecedented wave of 400 bills imposing restrictions on the procedure, and medical abortions, which involve taking pills rather than undergoing a surgical procedure, became widely available.
The 48-page research document, used by policymakers and activists on both sides of the debate, provides detailed information by state and region about how American women access abortion. https://www.washingtonpost.com/health/2019/09/18/us-abortion-rate-falls-lowest-level-since-roe-v-wade/
Those convicted would face federal felony charges, fines and up to seven years in
California Rep. John Garamendi tweeted confirmation of the bill signed into law.
“Good news: The bipartisan legislation I cosponsored to make animal cruelty a federal crime was signed into law today!” he tweeted on Monday. “I’m pleased that Republicans and Democrats came together in bipartisan fashion to support this critical bill.”
Good news: The bipartisan legislation I cosponsored to make animal cruelty a federal crime was signed into law today!
I’m pleased that Republicans and Democrats came together in bipartisan fashion to support this critical bill. https://www.washingtonpost.com/science/2019/11/25/most-animal-cruelty-isnt-federal-crime-that-changes-monday-when-bipartisan-bill-becomes-law/?fbclid=IwAR2L7Xyq8H7FH7dXenv_64noHzYyQiVLjt2dLRvzMMu-Nvhfoy_r2DG6_WU …Most animal cruelty isn’t a federal crime. That changes Monday, when a bipartisan bill becomes law.The bill gives law enforcement power to fight cruelty that happens across jurisdictional lines or on federal property.washingtonpost.com412:07 PM – Nov 25, 2019Twitter Ads info and privacy27 people are talking about this
The PACT Act would make it easier to prosecute those involved in the gruesome killing of animals. But Wait A moment, What about gruesome killing Of Baby’s That Is Roe V Wade?
“Most people are shocked to know that the U.S. does not have a federal animal cruelty law,” Animal Wellness Foundation Director of Federal Affairs Holly Gann said in an October press release.
The bill was first introduced in January by Rep. Ted Deutch, D-Fla.,and Rep. Vern Buchanan, R-Fla., to criminalize certain acts of animal cruelty that were not included in the Animal Crush Video Prohibition Act, which was signed into law in 2010.
It aims to close a loophole in the 2010 law, which only punished abuse in videos. That law was spurred by “crush” videos, which often showed small creatures being stomped under a woman’s shoe, the Washington Post reported.
“The torture of innocent animals is abhorrent and should be punished to the fullest extent of the law,” Buchanan said in a statement before the signing ceremony, according to the paper. “Signing this bill into law is a significant milestone for pet owners and animal lovers across the country.”