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I, Virginia Bergman, pledge not to vote for a male presidential candidate in 2016 just because he's male.

Friday, November 6, 2015

"Animal Traffickers, Beware!"

Hi Katalusis readers, you may have noticed that I frequently post about politics, especially Hillary's 2016 campaign, and now and then I veer off into the subject of wildlife and our planet's endangered species. Today's post actually combines two of my most important passions, politics and wildlife - it's a newsflash from Save Animals Facing Extinction about a political victory in the state of Washington on behalf of endangered species (By the way, Hillary loves animals!):




WE DID IT!

'Washington voters pass wildlife trafficking initiative' - The Olympian 'Wildlife-trafficking measure gets Washington state voters' OK' - The Seattle Times 'Washington State Votes Overwhelmingly To Shut Down Ivory Trade' - KPLU 88.5'
'Animal traffickers, beware' - The Bainbridge Review 'Washington votes in a landslide to protect endangered species' - Seattle PI

YOU DID IT
THANK YOU!
'One of the most popular WA initiatives ever: I-1401 carrying all 39 counties. 71-29%' - Secretary of State
WITH YOUR SUPPORT
WE PASSED INITIATIVE 1401
IN A LANDSLIDE

'Washington state's Initiative Measure 1401, which was resoundingly passed by a greater than 2-to-1 margin Tuesday night, criminalizes 'selling, purchasing, trading, or distributing certain animal species threatened with extinction,' raising the bar beyond where laws already on the books in New York, New Jersey and California have previously gone to protect big game.' -CNN

We can’t thank you enough for your support Virginia. We could only pass I-1401 with supporters like YOU.

Thank you for helping us spread the word about our cause.

Thank you for helping protect 1O endangered animals from extinction.

Thank you for passing the MODEL for the nation to end wildlife trafficking.

THANK YOU for being a supporter of Save Animals Facing Extinction.

YOU helped to make a difference in the lives of these animals -- and we can’t say thank you enough.

Thanks again,

-SaveAnimalsFacingExtinction.org




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