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Bill links animal advocacy with terrorism

The Washington Times reports the House Judiciary Committee will hold a hearing today on proposed legislation aimed at outlawing what its proponents at the National Association for Biomedical Research (an advocacy group for institutions and companies that use live animals in medical research) say is economic terrorism by animal rights activists.

The proposed bill seeks to outlaw any harassment and intimidation that might financially cripple a company. A major impetus for the bill was the New York Stock Exchange’s decision to not list Huntingdon Life Sciences or its U.S. parent company Life Sciences Research Inc. after being targeted by animal rights advocates.

The American Civil Liberties Union says, “The bill will effectively chill and deter Americans from exercising their First Amendment rights to advocate for reforms in the treatment of animals.”

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