Introduction of New Bill
Given the legalized abuse on farmed animals, more people are
pushing for new legislation to prevent such atrocities.
Representative Jason M. Lewis (D-Winchester) and Minority Whip
Senator Robert Hedlund (R-Hingham) have introduced a state bill
named the Massachusetts Prevention of Animal Cruelty Act that
addresses the cruel and inhumane treatment of confining farmed
animals in cages where they are deprived of their most basic
standards of care. The law would prevent three of the worst factory
farm abuses: veal crates for calves, battery cages for egg-producing
hens, and gestation crates for female pigs and piglets.
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Massachusetts Prevention of Farm Animal Cruelty Bill Introduced
Thanks to the tireless work of animal advocates, who continuously
expose the victimization of farmed animals, more people every day
are urging their government leaders to pass new legislation in order
to alleviate the suffering of God's farmed animals. Although these
laws are crucial, it is imperative that people stop supporting the
industries that abuse these animals. The transition to a plant-based
diet accords with Jesus' message of compassion, mercy and love.