AVMA lauds passage of bill that would draw veterinarians to rural areas

09/20/2010 | CattleNetwork.com

The House was hailed by AVMA for clearing the Veterinary Services Investment Act, which seeks to address the lack of veterinarians in rural areas. "It is obvious our representatives in Washington, D.C., have begun to understand the critical role of large-animal, mixed animal and public health veterinarians play in protecting livestock and ultimately consumers," says AVMA President Dr. Larry Kornegay. The bill now heads to the Senate.

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