You Said It: Readers Comment on Vegan Meat Scandal and the Delisting of Gray Wolves

Once again, we have scoured Facebook to find the posts that were really resonating with you. This week, photos of meat passed off as vegan gourmet and the removal of wolves from the endangered species list had people talking.There is one thing that vegetarians, vegans, and meat-eaters alike can agree on: If something is labeled meat-less, it shouldn't contain meat. Unfortunately, the editors of VegNews, a vegan magazine, ignored this and have used spare ribs, burgers, cheese, and other animal products in photoshoots for years.

Meanwhile, Congress voted to remove an arguably threatened animal from the Endangered Species List. As part of last week's budget compromise, the gray wolf is no longer protected by federal regulations in the Rocky Mountains.

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Read the posts mentioned in this video:
Vegan Magazine Claims Meat is Vegan
U.S. Congress Removes Wolves from Endangered Species List -- A Legislative First