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Humane Action Pittsburgh is a coalition of citizen lobbyists dedicated to advancing animal protection through legislation and policy.
In just 2 hours, you will learn to do more for animals than most people ever will. As Brian Bonsteel, president of Humane Action Pittsburgh and ELPC member says, “Animal abuse is something we cannot rescue our way out of, we need to legislate it.” Humane Action Pittsburgh gives you tools to communicate with your legislators and ask them to vote for laws that would help animals.
Every six weeks, Humane Action Pittsburgh meets on Tuesday from 6 to 8 pm at East Liberty Presbyterian Church.
Meetings and topics for the first half of 2016
January 19 – End the horror of puppy mills in Pennsylvania
March 1 – Humane 101, Sen Roy Afflerbach
April 12 – Lobby Harrisburg!
May 24 – Pittsburgh as the model humane city
Lobby Washington, DC in June!
Meatless vegetarian and vegan food will be served at the meetings.