According to a December 10, 2014, press release from the Humane Association, legislation to stop “soring”– one of the most broadly supported bills in Congress with 60 Senate cosponsors and 308 House cosponsors – has been blocked by at least one Republican Senator, preventing movement on the legislation until the hold is lifted. The Prevent All Soring Tactics (PAST) Act, S. 1406, was hotlined Monday afternoon in an effort to pass the bill by unanimous consent in the final days of the 113th Congress. The bill was cleared by the Senate Democrats, but the Republican side has at least one objection, thereby blocking the bill from moving forward.
President Obama Signs The Veterinary Medicine Mobility Act
Collective efforts by horse enthusiasts across the nation have paid off