Misleading Animal Rights Measure Threatens Oregon’s Farming and Conservation Legacy
Oregon’s welcoming reputation for hardworking farmers and outdoor enthusiasts has been interwoven into our culture since the pioneers braved the Oregon Trail to reach the lush forests and fertile soil of the Pacific Northwest in hopes of building a better life. Oregonians are proud of the conservation legacy these communities have promoted, leaving the land better than we found it for our kids and future generations.
This authentic way of life is now under threat from a far-reaching ballot initiative that would end all farming, ranching, hunting and fishing within the confines of the Beaver State.
IP 3 or “The Abuse, Neglect, and Assault Exemption Modification and Improvement Act,” is named to disguise the true intentions of this Initiative and confuse voters into believing a yes vote will benefit animals and conservation instead of hamstringing our greatest sources of conservation – Oregon’s farmers, ranchers and outdoor enthusiasts.
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