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People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals

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  • October: Good student test scores; bonuses for county workers - maybe

    October: Good student test scores; bonuses for county workers - maybe
    Data released showed that most Harford County Public High Schools scored high in reading and math in the Maryland High School Assessment. That data also placed three high schools – Aberdeen, Joppatowne and the Center for Educational Opportunity...
  • A shirtless Terrell Suggs teamed up with PETA

    A shirtless Terrell Suggs teamed up with PETA
    Ravens linebacker Terrell Suggs is used to chasing down opposing quarterbacks. Now Suggs is joining PETA in going after fur farms that kill foxes, minks and rabbits -- even dogs and cats -- to make coats out of their pelts. Suggs will appear in an ad for...
  • Circus: Committed to the humane treatment of animals in our care

    Circus: Committed to the humane treatment of animals in our care
    Next week, Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey will return to Baltimore with Fully Charged!, the 141st edition of The Greatest Show On Earth. Everyone at Ringling Bros. takes great pride in presenting quality family entertainment to audiences in...
  • This Monday, go meatless

    This Monday, go meatless
    America just got a little bit greener. Earlier this summer, Aspen, Colo. — John Denver's "sweet Rocky Mountain paradise" — became the first city in the U.S. to launch a comprehensive Meatless Monday campaign. Local restaurants, schools,...
  • Manhattan Beach extends pier fishing ban after shark bite

    Manhattan Beach officials have extended a temporary ban on fishing from the city’s pier for two months, after a swimmer was bitten by a shark during the Fourth of July weekend. The temporary ban, which was instituted immediately and was set to...
  • The case for not eating fish

    The case for not eating fish
    According to biologist Culum Brown, an associate professor at Macquarie University in Sydney, Australia, and the author of a new study about fish sentience and intelligence, “the potential amount of cruelty” that humans inflict on fish “...
  • After great white attack, PETA calls for fishing ban at pier

    After great white attack, PETA calls for fishing ban at pier
    After a swimmer was bitten by a juvenile great white shark, People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals is calling for a permanent fishing ban on the Manhattan Beach Pier. Police temporarily banned pier fishing through Tuesday after 50-year-old Steven...
  • New research shows it's time for sea change in treatment of fish

    According to biologist Culum Brown, an associate professor at Macquarie University in Sydney, Australia, and the author of a new study about fish sentience and intelligence, "the potential amount of cruelty" that humans inflict on fish "is mind-boggling."...
  • Transparency in food labeling should include how animals are treated

    According to a poll released last year, the vast majority of us favor transparency in food labeling. Eighty-two percent of respondents said that foods containing genetically modified ingredients should be labeled as such, and in May, Vermont passed the...
  • Once again, anti-pit bull frenzy is unwarranted

    Once again, anti-pit bull frenzy is unwarranted
    "The Problem with Pit Bulls" was the headline of a Time magazine story (June 20, 2014) by Charlotte Alter. My problem is with the story, not with the dogs referred to as pit bulls. The story, filled with inaccurate characterizations, called for breed-...
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