The Farm Bill has been finalized and the highly controversial King Amendment has been removed.
There is a tendency for some of us who wish to promote veganism—a way of living which excludes the use of animals for food, clothing and other exploitation— to cushion the call to action with a warning/acknowledgement/suggestion that it is a difficult thing to do. While this is surely the case for some people, for […]
To encourage more people to adopt a vegan diet, we at IDA invite our friends and supporters to sign the Meatless Monday Pledge!
Senate Bill 101 is scheduled to be heard by a committee of Indiana Assembly Members TOMORROW, Tuesday, January 7, at 10:00 am. Please call the committee members to let them know that you strongly oppose this Ag Gag bill. SB 101 is attempting to criminalize the investigation of cruelty to animals on factory farms and in slaughterhouses.
While we applaud Beyonce and Jay Z’s decision to try veganism, real vegans don’t wear animals.
Please join IDA and Farm Animal Rights Movement as we protest the slaughter of animals on October 2, the 30th anniversary of World Day for Farmed Animals.
Please take a moment to call your U.S. Representatives and Senators today to ask them to remove the King Amendment from the 2013 Farm Bill.
Please join IDA in objecting to new EPA regulations which allow increased glyphosate contamination of food crops, edible oils, and waterways.
The King Amendment to the 2013 Farm Bill is designed to undermine animal welfare laws enacted by individual states.
If this bill is passed into law, it will institutionalize the cruel confinement of egg-laying hens in battery cages throughout the United States.