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Florida Dogs Need Your Help

Dear Friends,

Yesterday, a Florida State Senate Committee advanced a bill (Senate Bill 1594) that would decouple greyhound racing from other forms of gambling, removing the legal requirement that dog tracks host live racing in order to offer other forms of gambling. Click here to read yesterday's story in the Palm Beach Post.

This bill, along with its companion in the State House of Representatives (House Bill 1145) is one of the most important bills ever filed for greyhound protection. If approved, these will significantly reduce, and possibly end, greyhound racing in the Sunshine State altogether this year.

Your help is urgently needed to pass this historic legislation!

Please CALL and E-MAIL your State Representative and State Senator today, and ask them to SUPPORT Senate Bill 1594 and House Bill 1145.

To identify the state lawmakers who represent you, click here to find your State Representative and here to find your State Senator.

And if you do not live in Florida, please contact Governor Rick Scott and ask him to support these measures.

Then, use the forward button at the end of this e-mail to share this important message with everyone you know in the state.

Please remember to send any responses you receive to GREY2K USA President, Christine Dorchak at

Finally, please make a designated donation to the Florida campaign. All gifts received will support this specific effort.

These gentle friends are counting on all of us to act now. Please respond immediately.

For the dogs,

Carey M. Theil donate


Executive Director


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