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Senator Ayotte attempting to Amend Agriculture Appropriations with the Past Act.



The Calvary Group released the following news release. 

Dear Members:
 
Senator Kelly Ayotte (R-NH) is attempting to attach the HSUS-driven P.A.S.T. Act as an amendment to the Agriculture Appropriations bill today.  
 
Please call members of the Senate Appropriations Subcommittee on Agriculture, Rural Development, and FDA ASAP!   
 
Please remind the Committee Members that the P.A.S.T. ACT will destroy JOBS, gives USDA too much power and more opportunity to abuse the rules, and sets a horrible precedent for the entire horse industry. 
 
 
Chairman:  Mark Pryor  202-224-2353
Ranking Member: Roy Blunt  202-224-5721
 
Democrat:
 
Tom Harkin Iowa  202-224-3254
Dianne Feinstein California  202-224-3841
Tim Johnson South Dakota  202-224-5842
Mark Pryor Arkansas 202-224-2353
Jon Tester Montana  202-224-2644
Tom Udall New Mexico  202-224-6621
Jeff Merkley Oregon  202-224-3753
 
 
Republican:
 
Thad Cochran Mississippi  202-224-5054
Mitch McConnell Kentucky  202-224-2541
Susan Collins Maine  202-224-2523
Roy Blunt Missouri  202-224-5721
Jerry Moran Kansas  202-224-6521
John Hoeven North Dakota  202-224-2551
 
Many thanks!
 
Sincere regards,
 
 
Mindy Patterson
President
The Cavalry Group

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