Michigan: Protect this anti-animal cruelty law!
Don't let lawmakers betray farmed animals
In 2009, Michigan lawmakers passed historic legislation requiring meat and egg producers to eliminate the cruel confinement of mother pigs, egg-laying hens, and baby cows.
Over 200 major food and supermarket brands (like Kroger) have put policies in place to phase out this regressive practice from their supply chains.
However, Michigan’s landmark law is now in jeopardy, as factory farm lobbyists are urging lawmakers to weaken or reverse it.
If these lobbyists succeed, millions of animals will suffer in abusive cages indefinitely.
Tell Michigan lawmakers to protect or strengthen this crucial law.
Join us in ending this needless attack on farmed animals.
For more information, visit: www.MichiganFarmBetrayal.com
Sign the petition
1) Call the offices of your state legislators
- Find your local state senator here.
- It’s easy—you’ll just speak briefly with a receptionist. Simply say that you want them to oppose SB 174 because it would repeal an important law protecting farm animals from abuse.
2) Write a letter to your Michigan state senator
Do your duty as an animal-loving constituent to protect farm animals. A handwritten letter is an easy, personal, and meaningful action that you can do to show your interest and concern.
- Use our letter-writing template as a starting point and be sure to add your own personal touch. You can find the template here.
You can also use the same template to send them an e-mail if their email address is listed on the Find Your Senator page.
3) Sign the petition to protect this law
- Join your fellow Michiganders by adding your signature to this petition. Every voice matters.