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It’s Official: Fur Ban and Slaughterhouse Ban to Be Placed on Denver’s 2024 Ballot

After receiving over 31,000 voter signatures, the City of Denver announces that two pro-animal petitions contain sufficient valid signatures to appear on next year’s ballot.
Petitioners posed in front of the Denver City and County Building on Thursday, turning in their boxes of petitions across the street at the Denver Elections Division. (Photo credit: Pro-Animal Future)

31,000 Voter Signatures Submitted to End Slaughterhouses and the Fur Industry in Denver

Animal supporters submitted stacks of signed petitions— one to ban fur sales, the other to ban slaughterhouses—to the City office for approval.
Petitioners pose for the camera during a day spent gathering signatures in Denver. (Photo credit: Pro-Animal Future)

Pro-Animal Campaigners on Track for a 2024 Denver Vote to Ban Slaughterhouses and Fur

Animal supporters are 25% toward their goal of qualifying two initiatives for the ballot. Campaigners marked this milestone yesterday with a demonstration in front of Denver’s Superior Farms slaughterhouse.
Advocates collect signatures for a successful pro-animal ballot measure in Denver to ban fur sales and slaughterhouses

On the Heels of SCOTUS Ruling, Pro-Animal Ballot Initiatives Seek to Close Slaughterhouses and Ban Fur Sales in Denver

A group of animal advocates will collect signatures to qualify two initiatives for the ballot.