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         Animal Fighting:     more books (102)
  1. Chipio: El gorrioncito peleador/ The Fighting Little Sparrow (Mis Animalitos/ My Little Animals) (Spanish Edition) by Hector German Oesterheld, 2004-10-30
  2. The night the animals fought by Jesús Zaton, 1988
  3. The effects of prior social experience and epinephrine administration on agonistic responding by adult Siamese fighting fish (Betta splendens) by Anne Schwirck, 1981
  4. Effects of prior social experience and opponent responsiveness on agonistic responding by Siamese fighting fish (Betta splendens) by Lori B Stein, 1981
  5. A Complete History of Fighting Dogs by Mike Homan, 2000-01
  6. The Little Black Book of Violence: What Every Young Man Needs to Know About Fighting by Lawrence A. Kane, Kris Wilder, 2009-04-25
  7. Floor Fighting: Stompings, Maimings, And Other Things To Avoid When A Fight Goes To The Ground by Marc Animal MacYoung, 1993-05-01
  8. Fighting birds, fighting words.(Politics)(Breeders and animal welfare groups debate new restrictions on raising poultry): An article from: The Register-Guard (Eugene, OR)
  9. The Fighting Governer by Charles William Colby, 2009-07-08
  10. AussieTracks by Arielle Kasa, 2007-07-08
  11. Keep Fighting:Three Interviews With Britain's Animal Liberation Front Press Officers by ALF Press Office, 2004
  12. BEHAVIOR: An entry from Gale's <i>Science of Everyday Things</i>
  13. Relative communication value of social stimuli for male Siamese fighting fish (Betta splendens) by Cynthia Jessen, 1981
  14. Gonadectomization and its effect on aggressive behavior in Siamese fighting fish (Betta splendens) by Phyllis B Malpas, 1981

41. Animal Fighting Prohibition Enforcement Act Approved By Congress
Animal Fighting Prohibition Enforcement Act Approved by Congress U.S. Congress Gives Final Approval to Legislation to Knock Out Organized Animal Fighting in the United States HSUS
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Animal Fighting Prohibition Enforcement Act Approved by Congress
The original Senate bill, S. 261, was introduced by Sens. Maria Cantwell (D-Wash.), John Ensign (R-Nev.), Arlen Specter (R-Pa.), and Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.), and it was approved by the Senate Judiciary Committee on March 15. The bill now awaits signature by President Bush, and will take effect immediately once it is signed into law. Facts: S. 261 had the bipartisan support of 39 cosponsors, and its House companion, H.R. 137, had 304 cosponsors. More than 500 groups have endorsed this legislation, including all major humane organizations, the American Veterinary Medical Association, the National Chicken Council, the National Sheriffs' Association, and more than 400 local law enforcement agencies covering all 50 states. The legislation establishes a felony-level penalty of up to three years of jail time for any interstate or foreign transport of animals for fighting purposes. Dogfighting is illegal in all 50 states. Cockfighting is illegal in 49 states, with Governor Bill Richardson signing a bill to ban cockfighting in New Mexico last month. Only Louisiana allows legal cockfighting. Lawmakers across the country are trying to strengthen anti-animal fighting laws; legislators in Arizona, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Kansas, Louisiana, Tennessee and Texas are considering bills.

42. State Animal Fighting Statutes
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43. Animal Fighting Article: Animal Fighting: How You Can Help Pets
We're Looking for a Fight! And, unfortunately, we're finding them. Animal fighting is happening in our community.

44. Animal Fighting
In 2006, animal fighting and animal cruelty became a felony in Massachusetts. If convicted, perpetrators may be imprisoned for up to five years and/or fined $1000.
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      In 2006, animal fighting and animal cruelty became a felony in Massachusetts. If convicted, perpetrators may be imprisoned for up to five years and/or fined $1000. In 2009, the law was fortified to include the same penalty for spectators, willing participants who, like fighters, seek to profit from this violent crime.
      Unfortunately, arrests and convictions for animal fighting are difficult for law enforcement personnel to obtain. The illegal activity typically takes place through underground networks that attract other serious crimes, including gang violence, gambling, drug dealing, weapons offenses, and money laundering. Often, children are matter-of-factly exposed to the brutality, and grow up believing that such cruelty is normal and expected.
      Education and awareness are indispensable to ending this form of animal cruelty, which experts have shown to be a corollary to various forms of violence against humans. The information on the following web pages may help you to recognize and report violations related to various types of animal fighting. What you can do:
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45. Animal Fighting : The Humane Society Of The United States
Increases penalties for being a spectator at an animal fight and possessing animals for the purpose of fighting.

46. Animal Fighting Articles, Animal Fighting News - |
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47. Animal Law Coalition | Advocating For Animals To Live And Live Free Of Cruelty A
date July, 2008 The Farm Bill initially passed by Congress included this antianimal fighting bill. President George W. Bush vetoed the bill, but both the House and Senate voted

48. Animal Fighting
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Throughout history, many heinous things, such as slavery, child labor, and the subjugation of native Americans and women were all strenuously defended on the basis of tradition, culture, and even economics. Animal fighting is no different. Some cockfighting enthusiasts claim that local economies will benefit from the money spent by participants in their communities and in local feed stores (for chicken feed). However, economics does not justify the continuation of a brutal sport which involves intentional cruelty to animals
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