Assemblyman James Tedisco to speak on Buster's Law
- When: Saturday, October 13, 2012, 2 p.m.
- Where: Animal Protective Foundation, Scotia
- Cost: Free
- Age limit: All ages
- Categories: Community
The Capital Region Parrot Society and Animal Protective Foundation Present:
Assemblyman James Tedisco
"Buster's Law and other Bills Designed to Help Animals."
When: Saturday, October 13, 2012 (2:00 PM)
Where: Animal Protective Foundation, 53 Maple Ave., Scotia NY
We invite the public to come and hear Assemblyman James Tedisco speak on the status of Buster's Law and others bills under consideration by the New York State Legislature -- Bills specifically designed to protect the welfare of animals.
James Tedisco is one of the leading advocates for the protection of Animals in the New York State Legislature and has thrown his full support behind amending Buster's Law, which as passed in 1999 made animal cruelty a felony in the State of New York. The law has been widely criticized as providing "more bark than bite" to law enforcement and the amendment under currently consideration would strengthen the law and penalties associated with animal cruelty.
October's presentation -- aimed at all animals, not just our pet birds -- is brought to you by a coordinated effort between the Capital Region Parrot Society and the Animal Protective Foundation.
This is an absolutely free event and the public is welcome! We hope to see you there