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Winter 1992


  • Enlarging our vision, extending our outreach (John A. Hoyt)
  • Sears cancels plush toys
  • A spring promotion
  • Warm up the cable
  • In Memoriam: Regina B. Frankenberg
  • NAHEE: a grant for Kind News
  • Should orcas be kept captive? : recent deaths raise questions
  • HSUS urges: "Adopt One" : shelters should be the source of pet animals
  • Club U.N.I.T.E. benefits HSUS: a corporate leader launches a new program
  • Come in May to the Delaware Bay
  • Animals in medical research: vision of a new era (David O. Wiebers, M.D.)
  • The Humane Society of the United States 1991 Annual Conference -- Animals in Research: Challenging the Status Quo
  • HSI Spain: The shame of Spain
  • HSI Costa Rica: Meaningful achievements (John A. Hoyt)
  • HSI Japan: A critical march (Teresa M. Telecky, Ph.D.)
  • HSI Colombia: Center gains CITES support
  • Wildlife: wanted dead or alive -- game ranching spreads across North America (Dr. Allen T. Rutberg)
  • Humane sustainable agriculture: a simple way to help the animal kingdom and the good farmer (Dr. Michael W. Fox)
  • A deadly decision
  • Thank you! [Sen. Harry Reid, Rep. Barbara Boxer, Rep. Henry Waxman]
  • Animal-facility break-in bills
  • HSUS funding successes
  • Puppy Protection Act introduced
  • Working for wild horses
  • New refuge bills threaten wildlife
  • Registry warning
  • Ostrich meat on future menus?
  • Operation Pegasus saves horses
  • Captures opposed
  • Nebraska dogs seized
  • Diseased cats euthanized
  • Open for business
  • Collector targeted
  • Investigator honored
  • Keystone gathering
  • Kirkpatrick feted for work
  • Tennessee killing
  • Stiffer penalties proposed
  • Health director found guilty
  • Workshop update
  • Exotics complaints
  • Dog dealers dog Ohio
  • Training investigators
  • Shelter inspections
  • Hybrids remain restricted
  • Mexicans charreadas
  • Program a success
  • Yet another collector
  • Urban-wildlife seminar ahead
  • Program eliminated
  • Birmingham dog track defeated
  • Veterinary malpractice