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Ore. DVM battles for House seat

November 3, 2008

Veterinarian and Oregon Sen. Kurt Schrader (D-Canby) vies for a U.S. House of Representatives seat.

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Election 2008: AVMA weighs in

October 29, 2008

The American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA) urges candidate leadership on several issues.

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AVMA accepting Congressional Science Fellows applications

October 21, 2008

Washington -- The American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA) is accepting applications for its Congressional Science Fellows.

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AVMA Congressional Science Fellows assume posts in Senate

October 21, 2008

Washington -- The American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA) Congressional Science Fellows have accepted positions on Capitol Hill, serving in capacities that coincide with their interests and enabling them to provide expertise to Congress, all while serving the veterinary profession.

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Election 2008: DVMs size up candidates

October 10, 2008

This interactive graphic details a presidential election survey of veterinarians.

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Prop 2 debate divides DVMs

October 1, 2008

A debate has ensued over California's Prop 2, which would drastically alter animal agriculture.

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Ohio DVM running for president

October 1, 2008

YOUNGSTOWN, OHIO — He may not have the name recognition of John McCain or Barack Obama, or even Ron Paul for that matter, but he has a belief that America can do better.

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Election 2008: Economy is key in choosing next president

October 1, 2008

The economy tops the issues influencing how veterinarians will vote this year, according to 66 percent of vets polled in an exclusive DVM Newsmagazine survey.

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The pets behind the presidents

October 1, 2008

Not having a First Pet lined up may not hurt Obama's campaign, but getting one could help.

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