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We will probably work up to the point where we’re killing 20 horses a day.”

• The PPJ Gazette
Even more troublesome is the fact that Rep. Wallis is also the Executive Director of the United Organizations of the Horse (UOH), which is diligently working towards the development of a horse slaughter plant in Wyoming. The UOH website states that it is a “mutual benefit nonprofit organized primarily to work in the political arena and is registered in Wyoming” (i.e. a lobbying group). The Wyoming Secretary of State’s records show that the UOH was incorporated in November of 2009. According to a press release on April 24, 2010, the UOH is also negotiating to take over ownership of the Cheyenne Stockyards facility which currently belongs to the Wyoming Livestock Board. Plans are to turn it into an “intake and rejuvenation” facility for stray, feral or otherwise unwanted horses, where they can be evaluated for usefulness, health, and other criteria (i.e. adherence to federal regulation in regards to slaughter). If a horse fails this triage, it will be sent to the UOH slaughter faci

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