The Senate Agriculture & Natural Resources Committee passed the bill on April 20 by a vote of 5 to 1, according to a report posted this morning by Colorado Politics.
The measure was referred to the Committee on Appropriations.
In an attempt to sell poison as medicine, Amendment L.002 changed “FERTILITY CONTROL METHODS” to “IMMUNOCONTRACEPTIVE FERTILITY CONTROL VACCINES.”
Why not say “RESTRICTED-USE PESTICIDES?”
The fertility control program would manage the herds through “humane, nonlethal and safe fertility control methods,” and would ban the use of lethal population management or surgical sterilization.
Chemical sterilization is OK, apparently.
How do you know that SB23-275 is bad for wild horses?
The advocates are for it.