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Call To Action (CTA) Please reach out and urge your state representative to support HB 5030.
CTA Sub-heading Send a message to your representative.
Action Title Connecticut: Speak up for animals and the environment
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The Connecticut legislature is considering HB 5030, a bill that would reduce greenhouse gas emissions associated with food purchased by Connecticut with taxpayer dollars. This will help countless animals by shifting purchases toward plant-based foods, all while reducing greenhouse gas emissions in the state.

HB 5030 has been assigned to the Joint Committee on the Environment. To your representative, who sits on this committee, your voice matters most. Please reach out and urge your state representative to support HB 5030.

Making Connecticut’s food purchases more environmentally friendly is good for everyone, including animals. It would reduce greenhouse gas emissions from cutting down trees to raise livestock and transporting products across the country, all while providing more plant-based options to those who visit government buildings, such as the State Capitol.

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