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Florida says YES to ending greyhound racing

8 Nov 2018 2:46 PM | Anonymous


On Tuesday, November 8, 2018, Florida became the 41st state to ban greyhound racing. Eleven of the 17 tracks currently operating in the United States are located in Florida and will be shut down by the year 2020. 

Greyhound welfare advocates celebrated as the votes came pouring in with 69% of voters choosing YES on Amendment 13. The battle to end this cruel sport has been waged for decades and the hard work of advocacy groups such as HSUS, Grey2K, ProtectDogs and more has finally paid off. 

FAAWO is proud to have played a role in helping to spread the word in Florida and supports the broader message that this level of cruelty should not be tolerated in any state in our great nation.

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