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Alicia Silverstone Calls for End to Hounding

The vegan actress took to Twitter asking fellow Californians to help the ASPCA ban the hounding of bears and bobcats.

Vegan, actress, activist, and author Alicia Silverstone called for help from California residents Sunday to join the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals in calling on state assembly members to support legislative bill SB 1221. The bill would make it against the law to allow a dog to pursue a bear or bobcat at any time, with few exceptions. According to the ASPCA, a 2011 Mason-Dixon poll indicated 83 percent of Californians oppose bear hounding, and less than one percent of state residents hunt. Only 18 of 50 states still allow hounding practices, although hunting-heavy states such as Pennsylvania and Montana have already banned the practice.

Vegan In-N-Out Expands to Second Location

VegeWay in Las Vegas will be serving-up its vegan burgers and fries at the drive-thru in location number two.
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Flax Milk Vegan Yogurt to Launch at Kroger

Good Karma puts a new spin on dairy-free yogurt with a new line featuring vanilla, blueberry, strawberry, and raspberry flavors.
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World's First Vegan Fried Chicken Joint Opens in London

Watch out KFC—there's a cruelty-free chicken shop coming to town.
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Yale Embraces Cutting Meat Consumption as Core Value

Student animal-rights organization successfully petitions the Ivy League university to add vegan protein options to dining hall menu.
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Coconut Milk Market to Grow by 15 Percent Annually

The plant-based milk sector is expected to boom due to increasing demand for healthy alternatives to dairy.
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