Sen. Cruz: Burdensome Red-Tape Continues to Serve as an Obstacle for Texas Ranchers and Wildlife Breeders and It Must Be Stopped
Reintroduces bill to promote animal conservation and eliminate red tape for wildlife ranchers
August 2, 2019
WASHINGTON, D.C. – U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) this week reintroduced the Saving America’s Vulnerable and Endangered Species (SAVES) Act, which would eliminate bureaucratic red tape for ranchers and conservators engaged in captive breeding of exotic wildlife and support animal conservation efforts. The full text of the bill may be viewed here.
“Burdensome red-tape continues to serve as an obstacle for Texas’ ranchers and wildlife breeders and it must be stopped,” Sen. Cruz said. “Non-native species and wildlife enrich Texas land and are an important economic driver. I am proud to reintroduce the SAVES Act to eliminate bureaucratic regulations and empower Texans to engage in a sustainable use of resources while supporting their wildlife breeding and conservation efforts.”