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In the News: Horse Racing and the Federal Government’s Wildlife-Killing Program

Today I'm pleased to share solid and in-depth front-page news stories exposing animal exploitation: one in The New York Times on horse racing and the other in The Sacramento Bee on predator-killing by our own federal government.
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