Congressman Ruppersberger received a 100+ scorecard from the Humane Society of the United States.
View the full Humane Scorecard Midterm Report for the 113th Congress at: http://www.hslf.org/assets/pdfs/humane-scorecard/humane-scorecard-2013.pdf
Americans care about the humane treatment of animals and want to see common-sense policies enacted to protect these creatures from cruelty and abuse. The Humane Society's annual scorecards provide a snapshot of Congress in terms of animal protection issues that they called to Members’ attention – cosponsorship of certain key bills, floor votes, and co-signature of a funding letter on enforcement of animal welfare laws.
For a more detailed look at animal protection work in the first session of the 113thCongress – and who led on what – please read the Humane Society's 2013 Congressional Year in Review for Animals at: http://hslf.typepad.com/political_animal/2014/01/2013-congressional-year-in-review-for-animals.html
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Wanted: Flexible schedules and telecommuting options
Ruppersberger will be part of a panel discussion on the role of U.S. Cyber Command