Bill Would Ban Greyhound Racing in the U.S. and Gambling on Races Simulcast from Other Countries

House Resolution 3894, the Greyhound Protection Act, would amend the federal Animal Welfare Act to ban greyhound racing, live lure training, and open field coursing in the United States, and would outlaw gambling on the outcome of greyhound races simulcast from other nations. Forty-two states already have made greyhound racing illegal. The bill was introduced by Representatives Salud Carbajal, Zach Nunn, Tony Cárdenas, Lori Chavez-DeRemer, Don Davis, and Nancy Mace and has been referred to the House Agriculture Committee. The bill text is not yet publicly available.