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Published: Monday, July 22 2013 12:00 p.m. MDT

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Spain, 00

Is good to remind all that we are lds, what the prophets have said about the animals, their dealings with them, seeking a balance in what may go against the laws of God (D & C: 89:12,13; D & C 59:20, D & C 49:21) may be that the evils that exist in the hearts of men, is to make us believe the excessive consumption of meat slaughter and mistreatment of animals without much need? is a reflection...

Spanish Fork, Ut

I have no problem with this as long as the public is also allowed to trespass on PETA's (and similar activist groups) place of business to film and record meetings, conversations in the lunch room, etc etc as well as the personal homes of the employees of these organizations. What's fair is fair.

Seattle, WA

I have to agree that if the law is there to protect everyone, then PETA should be up for the same scanning and public viewing. Peta has taken up practices that would hinge on being a terrorist group. They too should be accountable. I heard that they too have a rescue where pets are put down by injection too.

Somewhere in Time, UT

As a conservative, I totally support this lawsuit. As much as I love Utah and the people here, we have a really bad track record with kindness and sensitivity to animals. I hope this lawsuit succeeds.

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