Posted February 14, 2011 by Ray Harkins
Right now, students in Connecticut have a unique chance to change the world for animals who are neglected, mutilated, and killed to end up on their dissection tray!
Connecticut legislators have introduced a bill, HB 5530, that would allow students to opt out of classroom animal dissection and be provided with humane alternatives. If it becomes law, HB 5530 will mean that students can’t be forced to violate their ethical and religious beliefs about animals! It will also mean that students can help save the lives of some of the more than 10 million animals who are killed for dissection.
If you live in Connecticut, here’s how you can help:
Let’s make history for animals (and students) in Connecticut!
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