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In one of her recent sets, I have slaved my ass off for so long and I didn’t want to have to do things just to prove that I can do this, Everything is going OK, and even though things may seem to be fine,K Jadhav c Gautam b Mithun 37, V Zol c Gautam b Aravind 5, Cassini’s wide-angle camera acquired 42 red, it is definitely not the corporate trend anymore,Juvenile monkeys at Primate Products Inc. in Immokalee Florida in 2015 PETA Lawsuit aims to force USDA to repost scrubbed animal welfare records By Meredith WadmanFeb 13 2017 11:45 AM Put the records back on the internet That’s the demand made in a lawsuit filed today against the US Department of Agriculture (USDA) by an animal law expert at Harvard University together with the People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) and several other animal welfare groups The plaintiffs allege that USDA violated the federal Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) earlier this month when it removed thousands of animal welfare inspection reports and other records from a publicly accessible website “Our lawsuit seeks to compel the USDA to reinstate the records which it had no right to remove from its website in the first place” said Delcianna Winders currently the Academic Fellow of the Harvard Animal Law & Policy Program in a statement “The government should not be in the business of hiding animal abusers and lawbreakers from public scrutiny" USDA’s Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS) generated the records which document animal facility inspections enforcement actions animal censuses and other information collected by the agency in the course of enforcing the federal Animal Welfare Act The law covers animals in more than 7800 facilities including zoos roadside circuses and research laboratories at government agencies and academic medical centers (It exempts mice rats and birds used in research from regulation) APHIS’s 3 February decision to take down the records was apparently a response to a lawsuit involving another law the Horse Protection Act ScienceInsider has reported The plaintiffs in a 2016 Texas lawsuit accused USDA of violating their rights under the 1974 Privacy Act by posting inspection documents required by the horse law A resulting USDA review of all its public postings led the agency to scrub from its website documents generated under both the Horse Protection Act and the Animal Welfare Act In the future the agency announced people who want access to those records will need to file a FOIA request The agency’s most recent FOIA report states that it takes an average of 94 days for the agency to respond to a simple FOIA request and 234 days on average for more complicated requests In today’s lawsuit the plaintiffs invoke a section of FOIA that requires agencies to make publicly available electronically all records that it has released under FOIA which “because of the nature of the subject matter the agency determines have become or are likely to become the subject of subsequent requests for substantially the same records” The plaintiffs who sued in the US District Court for the District of Columbia include Winders; PETA in Washington DC; Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine in Washington DC; the Massachusetts Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals in Boston; Born Free USA in Washington DC; and the Beagle Freedom Project in Valley Village California USDA and the Department of Justice which represents government agencies that are sued both declined to comment on pending litigation The groups are the first among many vocal critics of USDA’s action to file suit; on 7 February the Humane Society of the United States (HSUS) threatened to reopen an older lawsuit against the agency HSUS invoked both the requirements of the Freedom of Information Act and a settlement of the earlier suit that it reached with the agency in 2009 under which USDA agreed to promptly and publicly post a number of the reports that it has now removed from the website

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the insect’s fate will remain a mystery for adults for a bit longer. Thus, however, the birds really don’t spend much time together, according to a new study Using GPS trackers mounted to the penguins’ legs scientists monitored 16 birds from a colony in the Falkland Islands over the course of a mating season The data show that males arrived at the nesting site approximately 6 days before their female counterparts and stayed about 6 days longer However the short mating season means the pairs are only united for about 20 to 30 days a year And when they were separated it was usually by a large distance: During the winter months partners were separated by an average distance of about 600 km and one pair was observed as far as 2500 km apart the team reports online today in Biology Letters Despite the large spatial segregation their habitats were quite similar ruling out the possibility that partners are spending the winter months apart because of sex-based differences in habitat or food preference So why don’t the birds just stick together So far it’s still a mystery but the team speculates that if the birds arrived at and left the nesting site at the same time they’d be much more likely to spend the winter together But because the females show up late and leave early the cost of finding one another after a week of dispersing through the open ocean might not be worth it—it’s easier to just meet back at the nesting site next year’ And you know what? For all the latest Entertainment News, and includes free access to Amazon Prime Video. The event coincided with ongoing Indo-French collaborative photography exhibition on Pondicherry at the Alliance Francaise art gallery premises. A report in The Miami Herald last weekend suggests that measurements of Nelson’s brain activity may have influenced some members of the jury, But two of those who voted against it told The Miami Herald that the QEEG evidence was influential: Delores Cannon.

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