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Fairness to Pet Owners Act brewing in Senate

July 23, 2014

AVMA, Rep. Schrader continue to oppose legislation mandating veterinary prescription writing.

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Veterinary Mobility Act ready for President Obama's signature

July 17, 2014

Reps. Schrader and Yoho lead bill to unanimous passage in U.S. House removing the DEA target from mobile veterinarians' backs.

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Ala. state board finds veterinarian guilty after controversial hearing

July 15, 2014

Charges in regard to Weber's supervision of Eastwood Animal Clinic became the center of the board's years-long public battle against nonprofit spay/neuter clinics.

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Blog: Idaho joins battle over shelter veterinary clinics

June 25, 2014

Prepare to see more state VMAs weighing in on the role of low-cost shelter veterinary services.

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Reinfection of herds thought to be immune increases efforts to quell PEDv

June 16, 2014

Agriculture Secretary Vilsack pledges $26.2 million to aid veterinary effort to combat deadly porcine disease.

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Blog: The calm before the calm on the high seas of animal policy

June 16, 2014

Congress, states do little to interfere with veterinary medicine.

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d-CON complies with EPA, but sticks with anticoagulant rodenticide

June 13, 2014

Veterinary toxicology expert cites 65 percent increase in bromethalin exposure calls since EPA banned second-generation anticoagulants.

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Compounded drug may have killed four horses, FDA reports

May 16, 2014

10 horses in Kentucky and Florida affected by EPM treatment; agency is investigating.

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Agriculture Secretary Vilsack orders federal response to PEDv

April 21, 2014

Federal assistance comes after political pressure and continued spread of deadly virus despite massive veterinary response.

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