Montpelier, VT: Humane Lobby Day - February 25, 2014
Pavilion Office Building - Auditorium

Vermont's animal advocates will soon fill the halls of the Vermont State House in Montpelier for Humane Lobby Day 2014, cosponsored by the ASPCA and the Vermont Humane Federation. You can be in on this exciting action, too! Join your HSUS state director Joanne Bourbeau for one day that can make all the difference for animals.

Don't worry if you're new to lobbying or are unfamiliar with the issues. What's important is that you're there. We'll be there with you every step of the way.

What is Humane Lobby Day? It's a one-day event where you can meet with your elected officials and their staff about animal protection issues in Vermont. We'll present our 2013 Humane State legislator Award to Rep. John Bartholomew (Windsor-1(2)). Commissioner of Public Safety Keith Flynn will be speaking about a pending bill to improve Vermont's civil forfeiture law to help animals. We'll also be discussing our gestation crate bill and other pending priority animal welfare measures. Read what animal advocates are saying about Humane Lobby Day»

Why is your participation in Lobby Day so critical? We know legislators are most motivated when their constituents take time to meet face-to-face. It's your chance to show how much animals mean to you.

Reserve your spot now for Humane Lobby Day 2014! Joanne Bourbeau is happy to help with additional questions: jbourbeau@humanesociety.org.

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Date:
Time: 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM
Address:
Pavilion Office Building - Auditorium
109 State St.
Montpelier, VT 05609
United States

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