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Please join us at our Southeast Texas Chapter meeting on July 8th at 11:00am in The Woodlands at the South County Community Center. We will review the past legislative session, how the 85th legislature fared for animals, and how can we work in the interim year to strengthen our statewide Network from the ground up.
Montgomery County legislators are critical in our fight to strengthen our state-wide laws and we need your help!
Space is limited so please RSVP! Let's get organized so we can Legislate to Change Their Fate!
What an amazing legislative session! Bring your pup and join our DFW leadership team, meet new and old friends, and hear the latest on our fight for Texas animals!
$10 gets you one free beverage and a discount on dog-inspired pies. Ticket sales will be matched by Cane Rosso and 100% of proceeds benefit our Network.
RSVPs are requested as seating is limited.
See you there!
Don't hit the road just yet! What better way to unwind after a hectic day at the capitol than to debrief on your Humane Lobby Day experiences with new and old friends?
Please join us for a "Animal Caucus After-party" hosted by THLN's Central Texas Chapter. Nosh on delicious vegetarian appetizers, socialize with your new and improved Network, and talk next steps for humane advocacy in your legislative district.
*This event is free but we do ask that you RSVP so we can ensure enough seating.*
Please only RSVP one person at a time. You can complete the form as many times as needed, but please use a unique email address per attendee. We also need a full physical address for each attendee to ensure we have your correct legislative district! Thanks for your understanding!Thursday, April 27, 2017 at 04:00 PMScholz Garten in Austin, TX53 RSVPs
The Texas Humane Legislation Network cordially invites you to a gathering of our North Texas Chapter to discuss the upcoming 2017 session and how you can get political for animals. We have 120 days to Legislate To Change Their Fate! David Alex, animal cruelty prosecutor and attorney for the Tarrant County District Attorney's office, will discuss the genesis of our bill to strengthen felony penalties for companion animal cruelty convictions, and share how you can help support his work. Bring your friends and come hear how you can help pass stronger laws for Texas animals! This event is open to the public, but we do ask that you RSVP so we can ensure seats for all.Saturday, March 25, 2017 at 03:00 PM · 106 rsvpsHumane Society of North Texas, Administration Building in Fort Worth, TX106 RSVPs
The Texas Humane Legislation Network cordially invites you to a gathering of our South Central Texas Chapter to discuss the upcoming 2017 session and how you can get political for animals. We have just over 100 days to Legislate To Change Their Fate! Fierce friends to our animals, Senator Jose Menendez and Representative Ina Minjarez will join to share their exciting plans to advance the humane treatment of animals this session. Bring your friends and come show your support! This event is open to the public, but we do ask that you RSVP so we can ensure seats for all.
Join our hosts, Steve Atkinson & Ted Kincaid, and the Texas Humane Legislation Network (THLN) for a happy hour to benefit our campaign to strengthen animal protection laws in the 2017 session! We'll unveil our legislative agenda that will prohibit heavy chains on tethered dogs and ensure the punishment for felony animal cruelty fits the crime. We only have 110 days to Legislate to Change Their Fate! This session offers so much opportunity to reduce suffering by thousands of animals across our state - please join us in speaking for the voiceless!
Our great friends at DISH restaurant are offering complimentary appetizers and drink specials, so please RSVP to ensure we have enough for all. Donations are not required but are greatly appreciated and will help fund our mission at the capitol.Thursday, March 16, 2017 at 05:30 PM · 77 rsvpsDISH77 RSVPs
What better way to help dramatically strengthen our cruelty code than to get out of the January doldrums, try a new fitness exercise, meet some new friends, and support THLN?! 100% of the proceeds from this event go straight to our legislative campaign to fight cruelty in the Texas legislature. We only have 140 days to give cruelty the Knock Out punch! There is no need to have any experience boxing-- this class is for beginners. Title boxing will have gloves and wraps for you-- just bring yourself and a friend! *Please note purchasing a ticket in advanced is required for entry as there are a limited number of bags*. Thank you!
The Texas Humane Legislation Network cordially invites you to a gathering of our Central Texas Chapter to discuss the upcoming 2017 session and how you can get political for animals. We have 140 days to Legislate To Change Their Fate! Fierce friends to our animals, Representatives Celia Israel, Ina Minjarez and Gina Hinojosa will be in attendance to share their exciting plans to advance the humane treatment of animals this session. Bring your friends and come show your support! This event is open to the public, but we do ask that you RSVP so we can ensure seats for all.
Join THLN's Central Texas Chapter and UT's Student Animal Legal Defense Fund for happy hour! Come meet passionate animal advocates in ATX and learn how you can get involved in the upcoming legislative session and help us strengthen the laws that protect animals.
Please join us for this highly informative presentation made by Texas Humane Legislation Network Director Skip Trimble. Mr. Trimble is known as the "Godfather of Texas Animal Advocacy" and has been advocating with THLN for over twenty years. He has helped pass critical laws including establishing minimum standards for animal shelters, making dog fighting illegal, and regulating puppy mills. Learn what it takes to get animal protection laws passed through the Texas Legislature and how you can be empowered to use your voice for the voiceless. A brief Q & A will follow the presentation.
This meeting is FREE and open to the public, but we do ask that you RSVP so that we have enough seating.