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Stop Trump from Hiding Puppy Mill Abusers

The USDA just removed data from its website that will make it harder to prosecute puppy mills. Make them stop.

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Trump's USDA drops animal abuse reports, tries to blame Obama.

Trump's USDA drops animal abuse reports, tries to blame Obama

MSNBC
Voter fraud: 'This is a lie Trump told... Trump is vowing to investigate his unsubstantiated voter fraud claim, but he may have to investigate a member of his senior staff, one of his cabinet nominees, and his daughter if he follows through. Lawrence discusses with Eugene Robinson, Jason... The Last Word with Lawrence…Read More
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Tweet @USDA and share your photo of your pet using the hashtag #NoUSDAblackout ! Make sure you leave a comment below and share with us what…Read More

People Are Protesting USDA Records Blackout With Photos Of Puppy Mill Survivors

The Huffington Post
Animal lovers are flooding social media with photos of their pets to express their opposition to the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s decision last week removing animal welfare inspection records from public view on its website. @RepTipton @SenCoryGardner @SenBennetCO I ❤️ALL animals, esp my cat. Please return animal welfare reports to #USDA…Read More
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Bring this information back!

How Trump's USDA could be very bad for puppies

Mother Jones
It may have just gotten a lot harder to spot puppy abusers: A section of the US Department of Agriculture's website that provided documents detailing animal abuse was taken down last Friday, without warning. For more than 10 years, the government agency posted information on violators of the Animal Welfare Act and Horse Protection Act. Citizens,…Read More
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