GA Bill to Hinder the Outlaw of Cages for Farmed Animals
In an attempt to stop animal advocates to outlaw cages in factory
farms in the state of Georgia, Rep. Tom McCall introduced House Bill 529
to forestall a movement that began in California to prohibit confinement
of animals, such as chickens, hogs and calves used in veal. When asked
if he was prompted by a specific incident, McCall said, "If you look at
what California did with Proposition 2 and the problems that has caused
out there, maybe yes." Georgia is among the top states in egg production
and is No. 1 in broilers.
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Bill would hinder animal-rights activists'
attempts to outlaw cages
It's seems Rep. Tom McCall needs to check his pulse as he seems to
have no heart! Sure it will be inconvenient for farmers and the state if
cages are outlawed, but the bottom and most important issue is the pain
and suffering of God's farmed animals, sentient beings, who deserve or
compassion and respect.
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