It's cruel and inhumane to confine animals where they can't even turn around. Citizens for Farm Animal Protection is a grassroots campaign in Massachusetts working to end the cruel confinement of veal calves, egg-laying hens, and pigs by securing a resounding YES! vote on Question 3 in November.
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Thanks to the help of more than a thousand volunteers, we gathered more than 170,000 signatures from registered Massachusetts voters to qualify Question 3 for the November 2016 ballot. By voting YES! on Question 3, we will help protect animals from abuse.TAKE ACTION
Massachusetts voters Tuesday passed a groundbreaking ballot question that will mandate all pork, veal, and eggs farmed and sold in Massachusetts come from pigs, calves, and laying hens not confined to ultratight quarters.
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The 2016 election is one of the most polarizing in history, with many relatives and neighbors sharply divided. Some of these rifts involve deeply held but conflicting beliefs. Thankfully, there's a measure on this year's ballot that's bringing together people of all political persuasions.
Charlie Baker plans to vote yes on Question 3, Massachusetts’s farm animal protection ballot measure
When Gov. Charlie Baker fills out his ballot Tuesday, he will vote to make cage-free eggs the law of the land in Massachusetts.
According to spokesman Billy Pitman, the Massachusetts governor plans to vote yes on Question 3, a ballot initiative that would ban certain restrictive means of confining farm animals in the state.