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Vets caught up in G-20 raid

June 28, 2010

Toronto DVM John Booth woke up to see a gun staring back at him.

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Inside politics

June 24, 2010

An interview with U.S. Congressman Kurt Schrader, DVM.

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British Columbia moves to revamp state board system

June 1, 2010

British Columbia, Canada — After years of controversy and a record-length human-rights court battle, British Columbia (B.C.) officials are working to revamp their state board system.

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Former presidential write-in, veterinarian vies for seat in U.S. House

April 19, 2010

Boardman, Ohio -- A veterinarian retiring from the U.S. Air Force is making a run for the U.S. House of Representatives' 6th congressional district.

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AVMA continues arguments for antibiotics before Congress

March 30, 2010

Washington -- AVMA provides in-depth information on the necessity of antibiotic use for treating and preventing disease in companion animals and livestock.

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No more cat and dog sales in West Hollywood

February 22, 2010

West Hollywood -- Retail pet sales will become illegal in West Hollywood beginning March 19.

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Lawmaker, DVM blasts Oklahoma State

December 21, 2009

State Rep. Phil Richardson openly criticizes Oklahoma State's recent cancellation of an anthrax study.

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A dream delayed: A series of immigration mistakes turns one veterinarian's dream into a deportation nightmare

December 1, 2009

Tampa, Fla. — A year ago, Dr. Salvador Galindo sat in an immigration holding facility in Miami, waiting to find out if he would be forced to leave the United States — the place he built his career and called home for more than a decade.

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Letter to the Editor: Expansion pains

December 1, 2009

The hoops some doctors have to jump through to grow.

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