The Colorado Legislative Animal Welfare (CLAW) Caucus serves to educate and improve communication among legislators and the public. The goal is to get people who are interested in animal issues, both inside and outside of government, to work together.
CLAW is now the largest caucus at the Capitol, which speaks to the importance that legislators and the public place on animal protection issues in our state.
Caucus Chairs: Sens. Joann Ginal and Jack Tate, Rep. Larry Liston
What is socially conscious sheltering and why do we need it? What is the policy maker’s role in ensuring animals are respected in society? Animal welfare is changing at an unbelievable pace. While change creates opportunities to ensure animals are respected, good intentions can inadvertently increase animal suffering. Come learn how socially conscious sheltering addresses these issues.
Thursday, February 21, 2019. 12:00 Noon. Room 357, Colorado State Capitol