Let’s Push This Trapping Ban Across the Finish Line

Call Gov. Lujan Grisham to ask her to sign the public-lands trapping ban into law.
Mexican gray wolf
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After 10 years of advocacy, with the help of people who care deeply, a ban on trapping, snaring and poisoning on public lands has finally made it through the New Mexico legislature. Now it’s ready for Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham's signature.

But trappers are teaming up with the livestock industry in a misleading, last-ditch campaign to pressure the governor to veto the bill.

Traps, snares and poisons kill animals cruelly — not just those they’re set for but others, too, from pet dogs to endangered Mexican gray wolves. 

Please call the governor and urge her to sign Roxy’s Law to make New Mexico safer for all those who live here.

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