January 12, 2022 Park sued over GMPA

Lead attorney Kate Barnekow said the protracted planning process, which would likely not be finished until 2025, would lead to more elk deaths. “We’ve lost half the herd,” she said. “The fact that the park service is now claiming that it needs an additional three years is absolutely unacceptable, and may mean that it will be too late to save the elk.”

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January 06, 2022 Don’t Make Meat Cheaper. Make it Much More Expensive

Biden’s crackdown on Big Meat aims to increase competition to bring prices down. But cheap meat depends on ignoring the product’s true cost, says Visiting Fellow Jan Dutkiewicz in his latest for The New Republic.

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December 27, 2021 Abolish the Department of Agriculture

The USDA has become an inefficient monster that often promotes products that are bad for consumers and the environment, writes Visiting Fellow jan Dutkiewicz.

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December 14, 2021 Animal Law & Policy Program files amicus brief concerning nonhuman animals’ legal status

The Brooks McCormick Jr. Animal Law & Policy Program at Harvard Law School (ALPP) and the Nonhuman Rights Project (NhRP) have jointly filed an amicus curiae brief with the Court, urging it to recognize that nonhuman animals can have legal rights.