The First Amendment and Animal Shelters

The First amendment and animal shelters

The First Amendment to the United States Constitution as enacted by the federal statute 1983 (42 USC 1983) grants irrevocable rights of freedom of speech to both shelter volunteers working at animal shelters and the public visiting them. Volunteers at … please continue reading

Animal shelter policy change: ‘No admittance…only Whitfield County personnel beyond this door’

A lot of animal advocates are under the impression that animal shelters are required to open their entire facility to the public in order to show they’re not being secretive in their actions. While this would be ideal, it’s not … please continue reading