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Animal Advocacy Meeting 2/7: Please sign Prevention of Farm Animal Cruelty Act petition!

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  • Rosalind Lord
    The Animal Advocacy Working Group of the San Francisco Green Party (AWG) is involved in animal issues in San Francisco, and enables animal activists to make
    Message 1 of 1 , Feb 3, 2008
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      The Animal Advocacy Working Group of the San Francisco Green Party
      (AWG) is involved in animal issues in San Francisco, and enables
      animal activists to make the legislature in City Hall aware of these
      issues, and influence them pass laws that protect the animals .

      All activists are welcome.

      I also highly recommend all of you to come because handwritten
      signatures are needed to put the Prevention of Farm Cruelty Act on
      the November 2008 state ballot. If you cannot make it to this
      meeting, see the following website for other opportunities to sign:

      calendar.yahoo.com/bayareahumanecalifornia

      Volunteers are also needed to help collect signatures. To get
      involved, contact Californians for Humane Farms at 415.772.0952, and
      ask to speak to Nora Kramer or Laura Beck, who are coordinating Bay
      Area volunteers. Their snail mail Bay Area address is:
      Californians for Humane Farms
      268 Bush Street; #3149
      San Francisco, CA94104

      For more information about the Prevention of Farm Animal Cruelty Act,
      see:

      humanecalifornia.org

      We will convene at the Golden Era Vegetarian Restaurant (http://
      www.goldeneravegetarian.com/), 572 O'Farrell Street, San Francisco,
      CA 94102 on Thursday, February 7.

      At 7PM, people will arrive to order dinner if they need it, and the
      official meeting will start at 7:30PM.

      To find us, look for the table with the greeting card or picture
      showing three wolf pups.
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