Friday, March 7, 2014

California bill would ban orca shows at SeaWorld

Why not let the people who attend the shows make the decision?  If they don't attend the shows, then the shows will stop.  Why is it that CA must regulate or outright ban anything and everything?

The default should be that there be no laws against.

"Included in the group are some of the same activists that partnered with PETA in bringing the meritless claim that animals in human care should be considered slaves under the 13th Amendment of the U.S. Constitution -- a clear publicity stunt. This legislation appears to reflect the same sort of out-of-the-mainstream thinking," Bides said in a statement. "We engage in business practices that are responsible, sustainable and reflective of the balanced values all Americans share."

The proposed law would end performance-based entertainment for all killer whales in California, captive breeding programs and the export and import of genetic material, and the import and export of orcas within the state.

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