URGENT - HONEY BANDIT SAYS "DO THIS PLEASE " LaMalfa Announces Second "There Ought Not To Be A Law" Contest
This is a great time to take a few minutes and send out your voices. We need to stop SB 697. It is devastating to our choices and abilities to care for our own animals.
I was personally at the "so called public" California Veterinary Medical Board meeting, where I watched them trying to take over a multi million dollar company because in all honesty, that is all this law is about. Control and the almighty dollar.
Now they will tell you that it is all about protecting the public and the animals. I hate to have to tell you this, but THESE ARE THE PEOPLE THAT LOOK THE OTHER WAY WHEN HORRIBLE THINGS HAPPEN! When I have to have an animal "euthanized", it is so devastating. Losing them is like losing a family member. I have been lucky enough to stay with each and every one of them as they left this earth on their way to heaven, but many people don't or can't.
Did you know that the CVMB knows that a vet was euthanizing by INJECTING WATER INTO THE PET'S HEART??? This is painful, horrible and the pet does not die peacefully. But the CVMB DOES NOT FEEL THAT THIS IS A "BAD ENOUGH THING TO DO" TO LOSE THEIR LICENSE.
SHOW THE CVMB THAT WE ARE GOING TO KEEP CONTROL OF OUR ANIMALS AND THEIR HEALTH CARE. WE WANT THAT CHOICE.
Please go to the website and tell Senator LaMalfa that we want SB 697 gone. It is not to help us Californians and it is certainly NOT to protect our animals. It is about greed and the fact that although they have brought 3 different law suits against anesthesia free teeth cleaning, they have LOST - EVERY TIME! There is no risk to us or our pets, but they want to abuse their authority and make laws that hurt us in many ways.
People that care for horses with non traditional treatment will be cited and fined. Rescues, the SPCA, equine chiropractors, equine dentists and massage therapists will all be fined and cited until they no longer have a job or can pay their bills. We need to take California back, and PTL, SENATOR DOUG LAMALFA IS GIVING US THAT CHANCE!
God bless and "git 'er done"
Honey Bandit reminds you that he wouldn't be alive if this had been passed. It would have been impossible for me to have given him the care i did, as he was not "my horse" and it would have been illegal for me to take care of him. Let's stop these ridiculous laws and the waste of our tax dollars.
SENATOR, FOURTH DISTRICT
California State Legislature
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
November 10, 2011CONTACT: Mark Spannagel
LaMalfa Announces Second “There Ought Not To Be A Law” Contest
Senator Puts Small-Government Twist on PopularCompetition
(SACRAMENTO) - Senator Doug LaMalfa (R – Richvale) today announced the launch of his second annual “There Ought Not To Be A Law” contest. Constituents, businesses and those sick of government as usual are encouraged to offer ideas on regulations and laws that need to be eliminated.
“Even with massive fiscal problems California’s government saw fit to add another 745 laws to the books,” said Senator LaMalfa. “As we look for ways to improve California jobs climate I feel we need to eliminate laws and regulations that prevent businesses from growing and hiring new employees.”
In addition to having an idea taken through the legislative process, the winner will be invited to join Senator LaMalfa for lunch and will receive a California State flag that has been flown over the Capitol. “There Ought Not To Be A Law” proposals can be submitted by filling out a simple form on Senator LaMalfa’s website at www.senate.ca.gov/lamalfa by Friday, December 9, 2011.
“Nobody knows better the laws that need to be repealed than those who are suffering under them,” added LaMalfa. “The larger the government grows, the smaller the voice of the individual becomes. It’s time the state takes a step back.”
The contest winner will be announced in January and the winning bill proposal will be introduced with the Senator’s legislative package in February.
Senator Doug LaMalfa is a lifelong farmer representing the fourth Senate District including Shasta, Tehama, Butte, Colusa, Glenn, Siskiyou, Sutter, Del Norte, Placer, Trinity, Yuba and Nevada counties.