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Support the Dog and Cat Breeder Regulation Bill in 2014

Speak Up for MN Dogs and Cats Dog and Cat Breeder Regulation Bill: 2014 Session Senate File 36 / House File 84 (Senator John Marty / Representative John Lesch) The bills are still alive! Thank you for all of your calls and emails and for talking with legislators in 2013.  We […]

Thank you for your calls!

Thank you for your calls! March 5, 2014 Thanks for your calls! The Dog and Cat Breeder Bill passed the House Agriculture Policy Committee today! It has several more stops in the MN House and Senate. Stay tuned, and make sure you’re signed up for eAlerts so you can help pass this bill! […]

How did our MN legislators do?

Did our Minnesota lawmakers in Congress vote to protect animals? The Humane Society Legislative Fund has announced the 2015 preliminary scorecard results for members of the U.S. Congress. The scorecard measures the votes and positions each legislator took on issues pertaining to animals. The items considered include if a member […]

Fall Party for Animals 2014

You’re invited ! On the heels of a great legislative session for the animals, join us to party! Minnesota Voters for Animal Protection’s Fall Party for Animals is Thursday, October 16, 2014, in St. Paul, MN. Our annual Fall Party for Animals brings the humane community in Minnesota together to […]

Humane Scorecards

Recording and scoring the votes of our elected representatives in the Minnesota Legislature is crucial to ensuring their accountability to those they represent. Minnesota Voters for Animal Protection tracks all legislation affecting animals, issues action alerts when necessary, and records and scores votes taken on animal issues. Our Humane Scorecard […]

About us

Mission: Minnesota Voters for Animal Protection works to pass animal protection laws at the state and local level, to educate the public about animal protection issues, and to support humane candidates for office. Why do we need Minnesota Voters for Animal Protection? People all around the state of Minnesota care […]