The Texas Legislature meets every two years, and while the lege is in session, the Texas Humane Legislation Network (THLN) hosts a Humane Lobby Day where animal advocates from across the state meet at the Texas Capitol to lobby their elected officials on important animal welfare bills. The Texas Animal Advocacy Day is an event sponsored by THLN during the interim year, where citizen animal advocates like you gather to learn and practice lobbying for animal protection laws at the state level.
This full-day event includes a lobbying workshop and an overview of relevant bills that THLN plans to support in the 2025 Legislative Session. Our presenters and the agenda were carefully crafted to meet the unique lobbying needs in Texas as we plan to share important information regarding THLN’s work to increase awareness of important animal welfare, safety, and health issues.
It doesn’t matter if you are a seasoned grassroots lobbyist or attending for the first time. When we come together and learn – the animals win!
Note: We do not have a block of rooms. However, there are two hotels near Baylor University School of Law:
- Hilton Waco, 113 S. University Parks Dr.
Residence Inn by Marriott Waco, 501 S. University Parks Dr.
Seating is limited! Please RSVP by April 5.WHENApril 13, 2024 at 9:00amWHEREBaylor University School of Law
1114 S University Parks Dr
Waco, TX 76706
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You can help make Texas a safer place for animals by spending just a few minutes of your time during the legislative session. By signing up for THLN's Action Alerts and responding to them with calls and emails to your legislators, you can help pass humane legislation that makes a huge difference to animals in the state of Texas. Every phone call and email help!
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Marie Underdown 290pp
Chemistry Professor at Lone Star College