Published: Sunday, March 4 2012 12:00 a.m. MST
It's all about conservatives in the Legislature taking care of special
interests. You aren't expecting them to be all that concerned with what is in
the best interests of the general public, are you?
Once we get rid of the USDA and the FDA, we can balance the budget and have
safer food. Right?
I agree with your letter Colleen. I agree with Esquire and share Hutterite's
sarcasism. Remember that what is good for the business man's pocket is good for
all of us. Just ask them about their magic formula's of how they are justified
for sweetheart deals and special laws to protect them. Try getting a special law
for you and me.
I'm curious about how much money agribusinesses have donated to Utah's
politicians this year?This law would violate Whistleblower laws in
If a farm is abusing animals, often they deny it. What is law enforcement to do?
They don't have the resources to always do a proper investigation. People /
organizations who are getting solid evidence of abuse are doing us and the
animals a big favor.If you are a farmer, and don't want to be caught
abusing animals, rather than lobby to ban people taking pictures of your
mis-conduct, instead, ensure you are treating your animals properly.If you are a legislator, please realize that if this law passes, there will be
animals who will be abused who otherwise wouldn't be.
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