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AVMA calls on Congress, veterinary caucus, to stop 'bickering' and end shutdown

October 4, 2013

Association says animal welfare, food safety and research hang in the balance.

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Medical device tax axed in latest budget proposal from bipartisan legislators

October 4, 2013

Dems agree to eliminate tax--which would hit equipment used in veterinary practice--in exchange for six-month funding of federal budget.

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U.S. House veterinary caucus members take opposing stances over government shutdown

October 2, 2013

Kurt Schrader forfeits pay in light of Congress' failure to pass a budget; Ted Yoho stands with conservatives to defund 'Obamacare.'

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Robbery gone wrong: Teen gets stuck in veterinary hospital's HVAC

September 30, 2013

19-year-old spends 11 hours in ventilation system before employees find him the next morning.

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Fla. veterinary school professor arrested for secretly recording female students

September 24, 2013

Don Samuelson confesses to making recordings for sexual arousal.

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AVMA/USDA inspection video shows apparent footage of horse soring violations

September 16, 2013

USDA video released to AVMA was posted, but retracted at the USDA's request.

Source: DVM360 MAGAZINE

USDA-APHIS revises Animal Welfare Act to include Internet pet sales

September 16, 2013

Online 'puppy mills' now subject to department oversight.

Source: DVM360 MAGAZINE

Tennessee walking horse group finally accepts federal soring protocol

September 16, 2013

S.H.O.W horse industry organization carries out inspections in conjunction with USDA veterinary medical officers during National Celebration event.

Source: DVM360 MAGAZINE

President of the Alabama State Board of Veterinary Medical Examiners sues state VMA

September 13, 2013

Battle continues to wage on in veterinary community.

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