Fall 1999 Poultry Press
More Global Warmings!
  • "This sumer, the fledgling field of animal law took an important step toward legitimacy when two of the country's most prestigious law schools, Harvard and Georgetown, announced that they would offer courses in animal law for the first time." - New York Times, Aug. 10, 1999.

  • "Yesterday, [the law firm, Meyer & Glitzenstein] announced an important victory in a legal battle that had gone to the Pennsylvania Supree Court. The organizers of an annual pigeon shoot in Hegins, Pa. canceled the event." - New York Times, Aug. 18, 1999

  • Victory! All Seattle-are schools have officially pulled chicken-hatching as part of their embryology units in elementary school, in response to the combined efforts of United Poultry Concerns and Pasado's Safe Haven. - July, 1999

  • Bowing to pressure from UPC, the ASPCA and other animal advocacy groups, the Smithsonian Institution announced it had canceled its program, "Foie Gras: A Groumet's Passion" planned for Septeber 21. - Aug. 23, 1999
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Fall 1999 Poultry Press