The announcement comes a week after the California Coastal Commission endorsed a $100 million expansion of the tanks SeaWorld uses to hold orcas in San Diego. That ruling also outlined a series of restrictions on SeaWorld, including a ban on breeding and prohibitions on the sale, trade or transfer of the whales.
SeaWorld said it would "pursue legal action" and hired a law firm. But it wasn't immediately clear if that would lead to a lawsuit, regulatory appeal or other action.
Friday, October 16, 2015
SeaWorld to Challenge California Ban on Orca Breeding
Why can't CA just BUTT OUT. There isn't a single thing they don't feel the need to control.