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  • Dominican Republic-Central American Free Trade Agreement (DR-CAFTA)

    Passed on July 31, 2005, DR-CAFTA, which includes the US, the Dominican Republic, Guatemala, Honduras, El Salvador, and Nicaragua will lead to expanded factory farming and increased destruction of wildlife habitat in El Salvador, Guatemala. While Costa Rica is also included in the Agreement, the Costa Rican legislature has not passed DR-CAFTA at this time, as a result of staunch public opposition.

    DR-CAFTA: How It Endangers Animals and What You Can Do About It

    Letter Signed by 104 Animal Organizations in Opposition to DR-CAFTA

    Press Release From Animal Organizations Denouncing Congress' Passing of DR-CAFTA

    Humane Society of the US Betrays Animals, Testifies In Support of DR-CAFTA

    Letter from Public Citizen's Global Trade Watch to Humane Society on DR-CAFTA

    Rep. Sherrod Brown's Letter to GAO Questioning USAID Grant to HSUS

    Washington Post Article on HSUS DR-CAFTA Controversy

    Pacific Rim/Commerce Group vs. El Salvador Gold Mining Case

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