CA Senator Florez Introduces Bill SJR 22 in Support of Fed Horse Slaughter Ban
California voters enacted a ban on the slaughter of horses for human consumption and the sale of horsemeat for human consumption in 1998; and
ban on the movement of horses for purposes of slaughter for human consumption; and
transporting, purchasing, selling, delivering, or receiving of horses and other equines in interstate or foreign commerce for slaughter for human consumption;
ranging from nuisance odors to chronic sewer and environmental violations; and
horsemeat in some foreign countries; and
for food animals, making them potentially unfit and unsafe for human consumption; and
and their special bond with people; now, therefore, be it
legislation to protect American horses from slaughter for human consumption;
and be it further
Vice President of the United States, the Majority Leader of the Senate, the Speaker of the House of Representatives, and to each Senator and Representative
from California in the Congress of the United States.
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