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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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Vets size up presidential candidates

October 1, 2008

Neither candidate has said much animals on the campaigns trail, but DVMs are watching the race closely.

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Oregon DVM runs for U.S. Congress

October 1, 2008

OREGON CITY, ORE. — If elected, veterinarian, farmer and small-business owner Kurt Schrader would be uniquely positioned to facilitate legislation key to the veterinary profession, such as increasing the number of veterinarians in rural practice and putting more funding into research.

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DVMs voice opinions on presidential race

October 1, 2008

Veterinarians cast votes on Election 2008's biggest issues.

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Calif. Senate rejects amended spay/neuter bill

September 1, 2008

A watered-down version of a bill that originally would have required that almost every cat and dog older than 4 months be spayed or neutered was voted down in the California Senate by a 27-5 vote.

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Miss. Congressman wins AVMA Advocacy Award

September 1, 2008

New Orleans — The American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA) presented U.S. Rep. Chip Pickering (R-Miss.) with the first AVMA Advocacy Award at its annual conference.

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Political run ends in defeat for Kansas vet

September 1, 2008

Veterinarian Gary D. Harmon, 68, of Augusta, Kan., was defeated in his bid for 77th District state representative Aug. 5 by incumbent David Crum, R-Augusta.

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N.C. veterinary medical board gets new member

August 14, 2008

Raleigh, N.C. -- North Carolina has a new veterinary medical board member.

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'Declaw law' could set broad precedent

August 1, 2008

Sacramento, Calif. — Municipalities won't be able to ban state-sanctioned medical practices if a proposed bill passes in California.

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