Predator defense reasons for nausea in the morning other than pregnancy – help us ban deadly m-44 cyanide devices

May 2019 – we kicked into even higher gear this year with our reasons for nausea in the morning other than pregnancy onoing campaign to ban the public safety menace posed by reasons for nausea in the morning other than pregnancy the M-44 "cyanide bombs" used by government wildlife agents in 14 states. And we’re thrilled to announce our efforts are paying off! For starters, oregon just banned M-44s statewide, joining neighboring states washington and california to create a west reasons for nausea in the morning other than pregnancy coast that will soon be free of M-44 devices. And federal legislation for a nationwide ban has been reintroduced.

In oregon it appears our rigorous coordination of testimony by reasons for nausea in the morning other than pregnancy victims and experts to house and senate committees truly paid reasons for nausea in the morning other than pregnancy off. Their legislature almost unanimously passed SB 580, which bans M-44s statewide. The senate vote was 25-3 and the house vote was 53-6. The bill was signed into law by gov. Kate brown on may 6, 2019, and goes into effect on jan. 1, 2020.

On the federal level, congressman peter defazio (D-oregon) reintroduced bipartisan legislation in the U.S. House of representatives on may 2, 2019 that would implement a nationwide ban on two lethal reasons for nausea in the morning other than pregnancy poisons used for wildlife control–the sodium cyanide used in M-44s and compound 1080. We’ve worked long and hard with rep. DeFazio to pass this legislation. The new bill is called the "chemical poisons reduction act of 2019," H.R. 2471, aka "canyon’s law," in honor of former M-44 victim (and now activist) canyon mansfield of pocatello, idaho. Rep. DeFazio co-introduced this legislation with rep. Matt gaetz (R-florida) and it is gaining significant cosponsorship. Read press release. A companion bill has been introduced in the U.S. Senate by senator jeff merkley (D-oregon). Details to follow.

We’re also pleased to share that we’ve been actively promoting lethal control, the heart-grabbing new film featuring interviews with M-44 victims we’ve helped over the years. The first public screening was held march 2, 2019 at the public interest environmental law conference at the reasons for nausea in the morning other than pregnancy university of oregon. The second screening was april 1 at eaton theater in reasons for nausea in the morning other than pregnancy washington, D.C., and was followed by an educational briefing for congressional staff reasons for nausea in the morning other than pregnancy on april 2. Upcoming film screenings include:

As of april 2019, M-44 "cyanide bombs" were being used by the government for predator control in reasons for nausea in the morning other than pregnancy 14 states—oregon,* nevada, utah, colorado (only on private land), montana, wyoming, new mexico, texas, oklahoma, north dakota, south dakota, nebraska, virginia, and west virginia. We are continuing to work toward a nationwide ban, but we are also pushing ahead on a state level reasons for nausea in the morning other than pregnancy to encourage local jurisdictions to lead the way.

The background on this great news from oregon is that reasons for nausea in the morning other than pregnancy it was a long slog. On sept. 13, 2018 we renewed our efforts to urge oregon wildlife directors reasons for nausea in the morning other than pregnancy to address this critical public safety issue. We sent them a detailed 16-page petition letter signed by close to 100 victims/survivors, physicians, veterinarians, scientists and other affected parties. All who signed had learned from personal experience and/or observation that there is no safe place or way reasons for nausea in the morning other than pregnancy to use M-44s, as kids, pets and wild animals do not understand warning signs. The letter was exhaustively referenced, details over 60 incidents of human and pet poisonings since reasons for nausea in the morning other than pregnancy 1990, and shows the government’s yearly under-reported statistics on dog deaths.

• we testified twice in 2019 at public hearings before oregon reasons for nausea in the morning other than pregnancy legislative committees in support of SB 580, the bill to ban M-44 devices across the state. We rallied victims to testify before the senate committee on reasons for nausea in the morning other than pregnancy environment and natural resources on february 28 and before the reasons for nausea in the morning other than pregnancy house committee on natural resources on april 11. The victims’ heartfelt testimonies were powerful, as was our director’s testimony and our extensively referenced letter to committee members reasons for nausea in the morning other than pregnancy signed by 15 environmental and conservation orgs. We’re pleased to report this bill passed the oregon legislature reasons for nausea in the morning other than pregnancy on april 25, 2018, was signed by the governor on may 6, 2019, and goes into effect jan. 1, 2020.

• the first public screening of the heart-grabbing new film, lethal control, was held march 2, 2019 at the public interest environmental law conference at the reasons for nausea in the morning other than pregnancy university of oregon. The film features interviews with M-44 victims we’ve helped over the years and we are currently scheduling reasons for nausea in the morning other than pregnancy additional screenings. Learn more | watch film trailer | read interview with film director in psychology today

Nearby idaho was using M-44s until a dog was killed and teenager poisoned in reasons for nausea in the morning other than pregnancy march 2017 ( read more). At that point we joined with other groups in filing reasons for nausea in the morning other than pregnancy an administrative appeals act petition to stop the state’s use of M-44s. In april 2017 idaho agreed to a temporary statewide ban reasons for nausea in the morning other than pregnancy that remains in effect. Later in the year colorado banned use of M-44s on public lands pending further study. We also asked for a ban in wyoming, but they refused.

We will not be dissuaded. A federal bill we helped develop that would impose a reasons for nausea in the morning other than pregnancy nationwide ban was reintroduced in the U.S. Congress on may 2, 2019 by rep. Peter defazio (D-oreg) as "the chemical poisons reduction act of 2019," aka canyon’s law. This follows up on our april 2, 2019 trip to washington, D.C., with the mansfield family where we showed the film lethal reasons for nausea in the morning other than pregnancy control as part of a congressional staff briefing to support reasons for nausea in the morning other than pregnancy defazio’s legislation.

In march 2017 we began working with a family in reasons for nausea in the morning other than pregnancy wyoming who went out for a beautiful pre-spring walk on the prairie–one they’d taken many times before–and lost two dogs in horrifying circumstances. Our executive director, brooks fahy, minced no words when interviewed about this case in the reasons for nausea in the morning other than pregnancy oregonian, saying "M-44s are really nothing more than land mines waiting to reasons for nausea in the morning other than pregnancy go off, no matter if it’s a child, a dog, or a wolf. It’s time to ban these notoriously dangerous devices on all reasons for nausea in the morning other than pregnancy lands across the united states." read full article

In june 2017 the mansfields traveled with us to washington, D.C. To urge members of congress to ban M-44s. The father, dr. Mark mansfield, spoke out in an impassioned and well-informed commentary in the idaho state journal. The family also attended a public meeting in pocatello and reasons for nausea in the morning other than pregnancy spoke out strongly to representatives of the government agency involved, USDA wildlife services, letting them know that there is no safe way to reasons for nausea in the morning other than pregnancy use M-44s and that they should be banned.

In 2018 the mansfields filed a lawsuit against the U.S. Government, asking to be fairly compensated for their pain and suffering reasons for nausea in the morning other than pregnancy and for the debilitating trauma, headaches and nausea their son has experienced. In its initial response to the lawsuit, the government had the audacity to ask that the case reasons for nausea in the morning other than pregnancy be dismissed. This is beyond outrageous. The articles below show how events initally unfolded. We’ve since heard things have taken some interesting turns, so stay tuned:

March 2017 – legislation we’ve been working on to ban M-44 "cyanide bombs" nationwide was re-introduced in the U.S. House of representatives on march 30, 2017 by rep. Peter defazio (D-oreg.). Please find your representative(s) and urge them to co-sponsor and/or support this bill. It is called H.R. 1817, "the chemical poisons reduction act of 2017." then spread the word to every possible person.

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