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New Hampshire Humane Lobby Day


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New Hampshire Humane Lobby Day

March 28, 2018
Special guests: Senate Majority Leader, Jeb Bradley (R-Wolfeboro)—sponsor of the cruelty overhaul bill—and Sen. David Watters (D-Dover)—sponsor of wildlife trafficking bill

Humane Lobby Day, the biggest day of the year for animals—and animal advocates—in New Hampshire, is almost here!

This is one day when you can band together with other animal advocates to speak with your legislators about a groundbreaking upgrade to animal cruelty laws which includes strengthening the regulation of commercial dog breeders, addressing the financial burden on taxpayers to care for animals seized in cruelty investigations and clarifying felony animal cruelty penalties, and other animal protection issues you'd like to see progress in 2018. It's your chance to show how much animals mean to you and to advocate for laws that will improve their lives.

It doesn't matter if you're new to lobbying or unfamiliar with the issues—what's most important is your presence. We’ll provide the support you need to make a difference. The more people who attend, the stronger the statement we'll make.

RSVP today to make big changes for animals in your state!

Where & When

Wednesday, March 28
7:45 a.m. to 10:00 a.m.
State House Cafeteria (basement of the State House)
107 North Main St., Concord, New Hampshire 03301
Cost: $5.00 (Please contact your state director, Lindsay Hamrick, at lhamrick@humanesociety.org or 603-401-0287 if this creates a hardship for you.)

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