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PawPAC is widely respected in the California State Legislature as effective in helping to elect candidates who will pass humane laws—through endorsements, contributions, and annual voting charts. PawPAC is unique by helping to make sure that the laws protect all animals, whether they are used in farming, entertainment or research, or make their home in the wild or with people.
Nothing is more powerful than the written word—especially when it's written in a law book! The lives of millions of animals can be affected overnight when new laws go into effect every January 1.
From March through October, our monthly Capitol Alerts will inform you of pending legislation, with talking points to guide you in contacting your legislator. Click here to subscribe to PawPAC's Capitol Alerts.
PawPAC is unusual in that it has no paid staff and no office. It is run by an all-volunteer Board of Directors. Please consider distributing literature, or joining in grassroots lobbying through social media. Our work is effective only when the public is informed, and this depends on every advocate.
An extraordinary number of animal protection bills have been introduced in 2019, along with a handful of harmful ones. Please see our indexed bill summary here.
Both legislators introduced multiple bills for animal protection. Ben Allen's SB 1041 to phase out drift gill nets was especially noteworthy.
Richard Bloom's legislation addressed climate change, wildlife, and declared a state dinosaur for the first time.
Ricardo Lara became an influencer in animal protection with his SB 1062 to ban bullhooks.
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