Big Wins for Animals in U.S. House Spending Measures

BLM Wild Horse Helicopter Roundup | Photo: American Wild Horse Campaign

BLM Wild Horse Helicopter Roundup | Photo: American Wild Horse Campaign

‘Big Lick’ XRay | Source: USDA

‘Big Lick’ stacked shoe and chains | Photo: Bradley Dick

Animal Wellness Action Executive Director Marty Irby

Animal Wellness Action Executive Director Marty Irby

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WASHINGTON, DC, UNITED STATES, July 31, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — The supporters of Animal Wellness Action have truly made a difference for our iconic American wild horses and burros in the past few weeks. Many of you read several of our most recent blogs regarding the BLM’s Draconian plan to roundup horses and burros on public lands and turn them into captives, and you took action and told Congress to do something about it. Your efforts, and that piece, sparked ABC News Live to run a national story on the issue, and then we pursued an $11 million amendment to a major House spending bill that included annual funding for the Department of the Interior and its Bureau of Land Management.

The amendment directs the BLM to use those dollars to implement humane fertility control within the wild horse and burro populations. Using the funding for Porcine Zona Pellucida (PZP) would prevent the money from being utilized for inhumane helicopter roundups, mass holding of horses in government-run facilities, and highly invasive and painful surgical sterilization in the field, often conducted in sweltering heat. Each horse in government holding costs the taxpayer $1,600 per year, and even the BLM Acting Director William Perry Pendley has said the agency’s massive round-up plans would cost $5 billion. We can save a mountain of cash, during our national emergency, by applying fertility control in the field and keeping horses and burros on the range. A dose of PZP costs $30, and there is an army of volunteers ready to work with BLM and pitch in.

U.S. Rep. Steve Cohen, D-Tenn., a “knight in shining armor” for the horses in Congress, stepped up in a big way by leading the effort to fund PZP, and was joined by Republicans and Democrats from all over the U.S., including many western states where the wild horses reside: Reps. Dina Titus, D-Nev., Raul Grijalva, D-Ariz., Joe Neguse, D-Colo., Brian Fitzpatrick, R-Penn, David Schweikert, R-Ariz., David Price D-N.C., Peter King, R-N.Y., Deb Haaland, D-N.M., John Katko, R-N.Y., Jan Schakowsky, D-Ill., and Ben McAdams, D-Utah. Rep. Titus gave a gripping speech in front of the House Rules Committee. Cohen himself may have said it best regarding the amendment that “will force the Bureau of Land Management to move away from cruel and costly helicopter roundups toward humane management of these national symbols of our wild lands.”

And Cohen didn’t stop pushing for horse protections with those in the wild; he also lead another amendment that require $750,000 be utilized by the U.S. Dept. of Agriculture’s Office of Inspector General (OIG) to complete an audit by July 31, 2021 of USDA’s Horse Protection Program, enforcement of the Horse Protection Act, and Slaughter Horse Transport Program. The last audit was completed in 2010 and clearly detailed the ineffectiveness of the USDA’s Horse Protection Program that has failed to end the practice of soring — the intentional infliction of pain to Tennessee Walking, Racking, and Spotted Saddle horses feet and limbs to achieve an artificial high-step known as the “big lick” that’s rewarded at prized events in Tennessee and throughout the Southeastern U.S. That audit should prove to be a valuable tool in our efforts to end the soring and to permanently outlaw horse slaughter in the U.S.

Far too many bureaucrats at USDA have been lax in regulating these inhumane practices. Like the PZP effort, that second amendment passed overwhelmingly by a voice vote and was cosponsored by Reps. Fitzpatrick, R-Penn., Vern Buchanan, R-Fla., Kurt Schrader, D-Oregon, Ron Estes, R-Kan., Steve Chabot, R-Ohio, Peter King, R-N.Y., Tony Cardenas D-Calif., Jan Schakowsky, D-Ill., and John Katko, R-N.Y.

Cohen’s colleague, Joe Neguse, also stepped up and led an amendment that provides OIG with $1,000,000 in funding to enforce animal cruelty laws to crackdown on cockfighting, bestiality, and animal crushing. Reps. Matt Gaetz, R-Fla., Madeleine Dean, D-Penn., Posey, Fitzpatrick, Cohen, Estes, Cardenas, King, Ann Kuster, D-N.H., McAdams, and Tim Burchett, R-Tenn co-sponsored that amendment that also passed the House by voice vote.

And in addition to this funding, the base bill we all jumped in to amend doubled USDA’s Horse Protection Program’s budget from $1,000,000 to $2,000,000 for 2021, a provision pushed by Rep. Hal Rogers, R-Ky., for a program that had never had more than $700,000 before last year. It also included language that urges the U.S. Secretary of Agriculture — whomever that may be in 2021 — to implement a 2017 regulation that would eliminate the use of large stacked shoes and ankle chains used in the soring of horses to exacerbate the pain. In a one-two punch back in 2017, President Obama’s Administration had failed to publish the final rule, and President Trump’s team prevented it from moving forward in the new Administration.

U.S. Rep. Andy Barr, R-Ky., championed an amendment to the spending package that easily passed, providing $5 million to the Veteran’s Affairs Administration for equine assisted therapy to help our American heroes who’ve suffered from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). Those who’ve served our country will rest easier with the help of horses who may have otherwise ended up in the slaughter pipeline.

And last night, Neguse stepped up again and ushered to passage an Animal Wellness-backed $1 million amendment that provides the U.S. Department of Justice funding to help create and Animal Cruelty Crimes Unit that would enforce the Preventing Animal Cruelty and Torture (PACT) Act that President Trump signed into law last November, and other anti-cruelty laws that not been properly exercised. This comes on the heels of Animal Wellness’ recent cockfighting investigations in Oklahoma, Alabama, and Tennessee that revealed terrible multi-million dollar shipments of gamecocks to Guam, Puerto Rico, and other U.S. Territories. Neguse was joined in this effort by Gaetz, Fitzpatrick, Ben McAdams, Bill Posey, Cohen, Cardenas, Jamie Raskin, D-Md., Katko, Titus, Delegate Eleanor Holmes Norton, D-D.C., and Schrader.

These are very important gains in the House, and now we need to replicate them in the Senate. We owe much of this success to you, the supporters of AWA, and we applaud each of you along with Cohen, Neguse, and the Members of Congress who championed and supported these measures. We need you to help out one more time by taking action here asking your Senators to do their part to protect the animals we all care so deeply about.

Marty Irby is the executive director at Animal Wellness Action in Washington, D.C., who was named one of The Hill’s Top Lobbyists for 2019. Follow him on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram @MartyIrby.

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Pet Daycare and Lodging Market 2020 Global Leading Companies Analysis, Revenue, Trends and Forecasts 2026

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Introduction/Report Summary:

This report provides in depth study of “Pet Daycare and Lodging Market” using SWOT analysis i.e. Strength, Weakness, Opportunities and Threat to the organization. The Pet Daycare and Lodging Market report also provides an in-depth survey of key players in the market which is based on the various objectives of an organization such as profiling, the product outline, the quantity of production, required raw material, and the financial health of the organization.

Pet owners treat their pets as family members and pamper them with a variety of pet food
The dog daycare and lodging segment is gaining prominence over all other segments and accounts for the largest portion of the overall sales revenue.

Drivers and Constraints

The fundamental dynamics that are explored in the report hold substantial influence over the Pet Daycare and Lodging market. The report further studies on the value, volume trends, and the pricing history of the market. In addition to it, various growth factors, restraints, and opportunities are also analyzed for the market to study the in-depth understanding of the market.

This report also analyzes the impact of Coronavirus COVID-19 on the Pet Daycare and Lodging industry.

Key Players

The report has profiled some of the Important players prevalent in the global like – Best Friends Pet Care,
Camp Bow Wow
Dogtopia
PetSmart
Preppy Pet
Barkefellers
Camp Run-A-Mutt
Central Bark Doggy Day Care
Country Comfort Kennels
Country Paws Boarding
Dog Stop
Pet Station Kennels & Cattery
Urban Tail Pet Resort
Royvon and more.

This report covers the sales volume, price, revenue, gross margin, manufacturers, suppliers, distributors, intermediaries, customers, historical growth and future perspectives in the Pet Daycare and Lodging.

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Market Segmentation based On Type, Application and Region:

The global Pet Daycare and Lodging is analyzed for different segments to arrive at an insightful analysis. Such segmentation has been done based on type, application, and region.

Based on Type, the global Pet Daycare and Lodging Market is segmented into Dog Daycare And Lodging, Combined Daycare And Lodging, Cat Daycare And Lodging and other

Based on Application, the Pet Daycare and Lodging Market is segmented into Family, Pet Store, Pet Hospital, and Others.

Based on Detailed Regional Analysis, the regional segmentation has been carried out for regions of U.S., Canada, Germany, France, U.K., Italy, Russia, China, Japan, South Korea, Taiwan, Southeast Asia, Mexico, and Brazil, etc. Key regions covered in the report are North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific and Latin America. The report on WGR includes an in-depth study of the Pet Daycare and Lodging in each regional segment mentioned above.

Key Stakeholders 
Pet Daycare and Lodging Market Manufacturers 
Pet Daycare and Lodging Market Distributors/Traders/Wholesalers 
Pet Daycare and Lodging Market Subcomponent Manufacturers 
Industry Association 
Downstream Vendors

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Major Key Points from Table of Content:

1 Report Overview
1.1 Study Scope
1.2 Key Market Segments
1.3 Players Covered: Ranking by Pet Daycare and Lodging Revenue
1.4 Market by Type
1.4.1 Global Pet Daycare and Lodging Market Size Growth Rate by Type: 2020 VS 2026
1.4.2 Dog Daycare And Lodging
1.4.3 Combined Daycare And Lodging
1.4.4 Cat Daycare And Lodging
1.5 Market by Application
1.5.1 Global Pet Daycare and Lodging Market Share by Application: 2020 VS 2026
1.5.2 Family
1.5.3 Pet Store
1.5.4 Pet Hospital
1.5.5 Other
1.6 Study Objectives
1.7 Years Considered

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13 Key Players Profiles
13.1 Best Friends Pet Care
13.1.1 Best Friends Pet Care Company Details
13.1.2 Best Friends Pet Care Business Overview
13.1.3 Best Friends Pet Care Pet Daycare and Lodging Introduction
13.1.4 Best Friends Pet Care Revenue in Pet Daycare and Lodging Business (2015-2020))
13.1.5 Best Friends Pet Care Recent Development
13.2 Camp Bow Wow
13.2.1 Camp Bow Wow Company Details
13.2.2 Camp Bow Wow Business Overview
13.2.3 Camp Bow Wow Pet Daycare and Lodging Introduction
13.2.4 Camp Bow Wow Revenue in Pet Daycare and Lodging Business (2015-2020)
13.2.5 Camp Bow Wow Recent Development
13.3 Dogtopia
13.3.1 Dogtopia Company Details
13.3.2 Dogtopia Business Overview
13.3.3 Dogtopia Pet Daycare and Lodging Introduction
13.3.4 Dogtopia Revenue in Pet Daycare and Lodging Business (2015-2020)
13.3.5 Dogtopia Recent Development
13.4 PetSmart
13.4.1 PetSmart Company Details
13.4.2 PetSmart Business Overview
13.4.3 PetSmart Pet Daycare and Lodging Introduction
13.4.4 PetSmart Revenue in Pet Daycare and Lodging Business (2015-2020)
13.4.5 PetSmart Recent Development
13.5 Preppy Pet
13.5.1 Preppy Pet Company Details
13.5.2 Preppy Pet Business Overview
13.5.3 Preppy Pet Pet Daycare and Lodging Introduction
13.5.4 Preppy Pet Revenue in Pet Daycare and Lodging Business (2015-2020)
13.5.5 Preppy Pet Recent Development

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Insured Retirement Institute Wins “Power Of A” Gold Award For Advocacy

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Recognition by the leading organization for the association community is a testament to our efforts, expertise and determination to deliver results for our members and America’s retirement savers.””

— Wayne Chopus, President & CEO

WASHINGTON, D.C., UNITED STATES, July 31, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — The Insured Retirement Institute (IRI) was recognized for its advocacy efforts to enact the Setting Every Community Up for Retirement Enhancement (SECURE) Act. The American Society of Association Executives (ASAE) awarded IRI with its 2020 ASAE Power of A Gold Award.

The ASAE Power of A Awards were created to bring attention to the association community’s valuable contributions to society at the local, national and global levels. The winners were selected by the Power of A Awards Judging Committee.

“Our members rely on our advocacy leadership to drive the industry’s public policy agenda,” said Wayne Chopus, IRI President and CEO. “IRI played a leading role in advocating for passage of the SECURE Act, the most comprehensive retirement security legislation in more than a decade. To be recognized for this effort by the leading organization for the association community is a testament to our efforts, expertise and determination to deliver results for our members and America’s retirement savers.”

This year the committee received a total of 125 entries. The Power of A Award categories were retooled to fully encapsulate the association community’s contributions to the professions and industries they represent, but also to society at large. The new award categories include: The Power of Advocacy, The Power of Industry/Professional Advancement, The Power of Global Development, The Power of Diversity and Inclusion, and The Power of Community Support and Engagement.

This is the second time that IRI has been recognized for association excellence by ASAE. Earlier this year, IRI was awarded a 2020 ASAE Gold Circle Award in the convention/meetings marketing campaign category for its 2019 annual conference.

ASAE is a membership organization of more than 46,000 association executives and industry partners representing 7,400 organizations. Its members lead, manage, and work in or partner with organizations in more than a dozen association management disciplines, from executive management to finance to technology.

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Assessment Services Market Status, By Players, Types, Applications And Forecast To 2025

Assessment Services -Market Demand, Growth, Opportunities and Analysis Of Top Key Player Forecast To 2025

PUNE, MAHARASHTRA, INDIA, July 31, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — Assessment Services Industry

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This report focuses on the global Assessment Services status, future forecast, growth opportunity, key market and key players. The study objectives are to present the Assessment Services development in United States, Europe and China.

A kind of service that helps the company assess the industry, risks, competitors, etc 

Anticipated growth in the market is backed by increasing number of competitive examinations and certifications, growing need for skill assessment for increasing employability, and rising population of the young labor force in the country. Moreover, increasing demand from competition conducting authorities to enroll specialist exam conducting companies and growing preference among corporates and the government to opt for online exams is expected to drive assessment services market in India over the coming years. 
In 2017, the global Assessment Services market size was xx million US$ and it is expected to reach xx million US$ by the end of 2025, with a CAGR of xx% during 2018-2025.

The key players covered in this study 

MeritTrac Services 
Mettl Online Assessment 
Aspiring Minds 
Sify Technologies 
CoCubes 
eLitmus Evaluation 
Tata Consultancy Services 
EdCIL (India) 
Prometric Testing 
Pearson India Education Services

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Market segment by Type, the product can be split into 
Online Medium 
Offline Medium

Market segment by Application, split into 
Entrance Assessment Services 
Recruitment & Promotion Assessment Services 
Certification Assessment Services

Market segment by Regions/Countries, this report covers 
United States 
Europe 
China 
Japan 
Southeast Asia 
India 
Central & South America

The study objectives of this report are: 
To analyze global Assessment Services status, future forecast, growth opportunity, key market and key players. 
To present the Assessment Services development in United States, Europe and China. 
To strategically profile the key players and comprehensively analyze their development plan and strategies. 
To define, describe and forecast the market by product type, market and key regions.

In this study, the years considered to estimate the market size of Assessment Services are as follows: 
History Year: 2013-2017 
Base Year: 2017 
Estimated Year: 2018 
Forecast Year 2018 to 2025 

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Table of Contents

1 Report Overview 
1.1 Study Scope 
1.2 Key Market Segments 
1.3 Players Covered 
1.4 Market Analysis by Type 
1.4.1 Global Assessment Services Market Size Growth Rate by Type (2013-2025) 
1.4.2 Online Medium 
1.4.3 Offline Medium 
1.5 Market by Application 
1.5.1 Global Assessment Services Market Share by Application (2013-2025) 
1.5.2 Entrance Assessment Services 
1.5.3 Recruitment & Promotion Assessment Services 
1.5.4 Certification Assessment Services 
1.6 Study Objectives 
1.7 Years Considered

2 Global Growth Trends 
2.1 Assessment Services Market Size 
2.2 Assessment Services Growth Trends by Regions 
2.2.1 Assessment Services Market Size by Regions (2013-2025) 
2.2.2 Assessment Services Market Share by Regions (2013-2018) 
2.3 Industry Trends 
2.3.1 Market Top Trends 
2.3.2 Market Drivers 
2.3.3 Market Opportunities

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12 International Players Profiles 
12.1 MeritTrac Services 
12.1.1 MeritTrac Services Company Details 
12.1.2 Company Description and Business Overview 
12.1.3 Assessment Services Introduction 
12.1.4 MeritTrac Services Revenue in Assessment Services Business (2013-2018) 
12.1.5 MeritTrac Services Recent Development 
12.2 Mettl Online Assessment 
12.2.1 Mettl Online Assessment Company Details 
12.2.2 Company Description and Business Overview 
12.2.3 Assessment Services Introduction 
12.2.4 Mettl Online Assessment Revenue in Assessment Services Business (2013-2018) 
12.2.5 Mettl Online Assessment Recent Development 
12.3 Aspiring Minds 
12.3.1 Aspiring Minds Company Details 
12.3.2 Company Description and Business Overview 
12.3.3 Assessment Services Introduction 
12.3.4 Aspiring Minds Revenue in Assessment Services Business (2013-2018) 
12.3.5 Aspiring Minds Recent Development 
12.4 Sify Technologies 
12.4.1 Sify Technologies Company Details 
12.4.2 Company Description and Business Overview 
12.4.3 Assessment Services Introduction 
12.4.4 Sify Technologies Revenue in Assessment Services Business (2013-2018) 
12.4.5 Sify Technologies Recent Development 
12.5 CoCubes 
12.5.1 CoCubes Company Details 
12.5.2 Company Description and Business Overview 
12.5.3 Assessment Services Introduction 
12.5.4 CoCubes Revenue in Assessment Services Business (2013-2018) 
12.5.5 CoCubes Recent Development 
12.6 eLitmus Evaluation 
12.6.1 eLitmus Evaluation Company Details 
12.6.2 Company Description and Business Overview 
12.6.3 Assessment Services Introduction 
12.6.4 eLitmus Evaluation Revenue in Assessment Services Business (2013-2018) 
12.6.5 eLitmus Evaluation Recent Development 
12.7 Tata Consultancy Services 
12.7.1 Tata Consultancy Services Company Details 
12.7.2 Company Description and Business Overview 
12.7.3 Assessment Services Introduction 
12.7.4 Tata Consultancy Services Revenue in Assessment Services Business (2013-2018) 
12.7.5 Tata Consultancy Services Recent Development 
12.8 EdCIL (India) 
12.8.1 EdCIL (India) Company Details 
12.8.2 Company Description and Business Overview 
12.8.3 Assessment Services Introduction 
12.8.4 EdCIL (India) Revenue in Assessment Services Business (2013-2018) 
12.8.5 EdCIL (India) Recent Development 
12.9 Prometric Testing 
12.9.1 Prometric Testing Company Details 
12.9.2 Company Description and Business Overview 
12.9.3 Assessment Services Introduction 
12.9.4 Prometric Testing Revenue in Assessment Services Business (2013-2018) 
12.9.5 Prometric Testing Recent Development 
12.10 Pearson India Education Services 
12.10.1 Pearson India Education Services Company Details 
12.10.2 Company Description and Business Overview 
12.10.3 Assessment Services Introduction 
12.10.4 Pearson India Education Services Revenue in Assessment Services Business (2013-2018) 
12.10.5 Pearson India Education Services Recent Development

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When water flows uphill: CA nonprofit helps homeless deal with COVID by importing masks from Asia and Africa

The homeless are already the most vulnerable people in society, with COVID, if they do not have protection, their health is even more imperiled”

— Robert Freeman

LIVERMORE, CALIFORNIA, UNITED STATES, July 30, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — A California nonprofit is importing COVID masks from its sewing centers in Africa and Asia. The masks help homeless people in the San Francisco Bay Area deal with the COVID crisis.

The Global Uplift Project (TGUP), based in Livermore, CA, operates sewing centers in Kenya and Nepal. Those centers have made and distributed more than 45,000 COVID masks for use by local populations.

In July, TGUP brought 500 masks from each country and distributed them through homeless agencies in San Jose, Oakland, and San Francisco. The masks are paid for by local donations to TGUP. They are given free of charge to homeless people in each of the three cities.

Historically, TGUP’s altruism flows in the other direction, from the U.S., outward. The organization builds classroom, medical clinics, and other small-scale infrastructure projects in developing countries. It has built 135 such projects since its founding in 2007.

When the COVID pandemic hit, TGUP’s founder, Robert Freeman, recognized the challenge for California’s homeless. He converted the organization’s sewing centers in Kenya and Nepal from sewing sanitary kits for adolescent girls, to sewing masks, both for local use, and to send to the U.S., to help the homeless.

Freeman is acutely aware of the irony of people from the developing world sending medical aid to help people in the richest country on earth. “It’s like water flowing uphill,” he said.

Kenya ranks 160 out of 184 countries in per capita GDP, according to the CIA 2020 Factbook. Nepal ranks slightly lower, at 165 out of 184 countries. Yet, workers in those countries are helping homeless people here in the U.S.

“The homeless are already the most vulnerable people in society,” Freeman said. “With COVID, if they do not have protection, their health is even more imperiled.”

TGUP has partnered with HomeFirst Services in San Jose and Bethany United Methodist Church in San Francisco to distribute the masks to people on the street.

Andrea Urton, CEO of HomeFirst Services, emphasized the need for homeless people to have masks. “There are an estimated 10,000 homeless people in Santa Clara County,” she said. “Every one of them needs a mask, at all times.”

With materials, labor, and shipping, the masks cost approximately $1. They are made in both countries by seamstresses that earn 30% above the local minimum wage. Also, for every mask sent to the U.S., TGUP donates four masks for local distribution.

The $1 cost is a fraction of what a comparable mask would cost when made in the U.S. The low cost is one of the reasons TGUP can make them available at no cost to the homeless, here. The masks are made of cloth and are washable and reusable.

Freeman’s ambition is that as long as the pandemic persists, every homeless person in the U.S. has a mask. “They are no less in need of personal protection than is anyone else,” he said.

TGUP is a 501c3 nonprofit. It has raised funds from private foundations to cover its “back office expenses.” These include phones, literature, travel, website hosting and more. As a result, 100% of every dollar donated by an individual goes to the project they have designated.

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