Rebecca Whitehouse wants to volunteer 2022-07-09 15:01:33 -0500
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Rebecca Whitehouse rsvped for Common Legal Pitfalls That Rescue Groups Can Avoid 2021-07-11 17:14:00 -0500
Animal rescue is a noble cause well worth the investment rescuers make. Learn how to keep your rescue focused on that mission by avoiding the most common legal "pitfalls" that cost money and damage an organization's brand.
While there are no national or Texas State laws specifically regulating rescues, other state laws and municipal ordinances do apply to rescue groups. Randy Turner will present what every rescuer needs to know about ownership issues, avoiding litigation, complying with laws regarding non-profit organizations and generally staying out of legal hot water.
Check out the on-demand webinar by RSVPing now.WHENJune 01, 2027 at 5:00pm
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Rebecca Whitehouse donated 2020-01-29 10:02:42 -0600
Rebecca Whitehouse answered 2018-02-01 18:18:53 -0600Q: Ending horse slaughter for human consumption
A: This is not a priority to me
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