** There is NO evidence to support the premise that the continued import of Boa, Python & Eunectes would negatively impact the economy, environment, or human or animal species health. ** Broken Screens, the report which is the basis for the writing of H.R. 669, is not a science based document. It is a propaganda piece produced by a radical environmentalist group in league with the Animal Rights Movement. ** The so called Risk Assessment measures in this bill take a Guilty Until Proven Innocent approach that flies in the face of reason and promotes prejudicial treatment of all animals listed. ** Citizens of the United States are appalled that well funded special interest groups are able to promote fiction as fact and we demand Boa, Python and Eunectes be removed from H.R. 669.
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christina verhaagen, United States1 year ago Comments: I've signed several petitions against HR 669, now. I agree that it's a completely wrong and fiction-based approach.
ashley joines, United States2 years ago Comments: These animals are doing nothing wrong. It is stupid owners who dont know what they are doing that is causing the problem insted of rehoming them to some one with the knowlage to provid they just let them go they should be sold to people who know what they ate doing
Joshua Betts, United States2 years ago Comments: thx usark
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