State animal health commissioners, flooded with public comment, have opted to postpone indefinitely the start date of the livestock premises registration program.
The Texas Animal Health Commission chose to delay the proposed program, originally scheduled to become mandatory July 1, during a meeting Feb. 17 in Austin. Commissioners will take it up for consideration again during their next meeting, the date of which is pending based on finding a hotel with an adequately sized conference room, commission spokeswoman Carla Everett said.
This just shows that working together we can slow and stop this unjust law from taking affect. Good job Texans.
An ear tag never stopped a disease, but it sure motivates people to fight an unjust law.