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HB 1750 Needs Your Support

House Bill 1750 aims to correct the gap which currently allows the selling of dogs and cats for human consumption in Pennsylvania. Though the full vote of the General Assembly was to take place on Monday, June 30, this bill may sit on the table for up to 5 more days. UAPM urges you to […]

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SLAPP BACK BY SUPPORTING SB-1095

By: Garen Meguerian, Esq. Suffering animals are often referred to as the “voiceless” and as advocates you’ve been encouraged to “be their voice”. Your opponents have devised a powerful tool designed to strip you of your voice and make sure that you cannot help the voiceless animals, including those suffering in Pennsylvania’s puppy mills. That […]

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UAPM Responds to Auditor General DePasquale’s Report on the Enforcement of Pennsylvania’s Dog Law

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October 07, 2013 Attorney General Kathleen Kane Pennsylvania Office of the Attorney General 16th Floor, Strawberry Square Harrisburg PA 17120 RE: ENFORCEMENT OF PA’S DOG LAW/AUDITOR GENERAL’S REPORT Dear Attorney General Kane: United Against Puppy Mills, Pennsylvania’s largest 501(c)(3) not-for-profit group advocating on behalf of the mill dogs, has reviewed Auditor General Eugene DePasquale’s recent […]

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A Special Performance Audit of the Department of Agriculture Dog Law Program

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For years, UAPM has pointed out the Bureau of Dog Law’s failure to enforce its own regulations.  In “A Special Performance Audit of the Department of Agriculture Dog Law Program”, Pennsylvania Auditor General Eugene A. DePasquale makes it abundantly clear that from 2008 through 2013 (covering 4 years of the Rendell administration and 2 years of […]

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