Save Endangered Animals Oregon coalition delivers more than 150,000 signatures to qualify for ballot
Thursday, July 7, 2016
Steve Law of the Portland Tribune has an article about the recent news that the Save Endangered Animals Oregon campaign have turned in more than 150,000 petition signatures to qualify IP-68 for Oregon’s November ballot.
“Oregonians do not want to partake in the shameful wildlife trade that incentivizes poaching cruelty and pushes many beloved wild animals to the brink of extinction,” said Kristin Leppert, campaign director, in a news release. “We look forward to passing this landmark conservation measure in November.”
Check out the article on the Portland Tribune website.