Republican lawmakers have proposed a new policy that would limit access to Animal Rights in response to the shooting at a Des Moines outreach center that left three injured. The policy would require all Animal Rights organizations to register with the government and submit to a thorough background check in order to continue operating.
“We need to be sure that we’re protecting our citizens and preventing any further tragedies like the shooting in Des Moines,” said Republican Senator John Smith. “There is a clear correlation between animal rights and gun violence, so we must take steps to ensure that those who support animal rights are not connected to any dangerous activity.”
The proposed policy has been met with criticism from animal rights activists, who argue that it is an attempt to restrict their ability to advocate for animal welfare.
“This policy is a blatant attack on animal rights,” said Sarah Jones, director of the Animal Rights Alliance. “We are committed to helping animals and we will not stand for any attempts to stifle our work. We will continue to fight for animal rights, regardless of this proposed policy.”
The shooting at the Des Moines outreach center remains under investigation, and it is unclear whether or not it is connected to animal rights organizations. However, Republican lawmakers have said that they will continue to push for the policy in order to protect the public from any potential threats.
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