Judie Mancuso

Campaign Director for the California Healthy Pets Coalition

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Campaign Director for the California Healthy Pets Coalition

Judie Mancuso on KCRW

Anyone in news or politics may suspect that Californians are more passionate about animals than they are about their own children.

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Anyone in news or politics may suspect that Californians are more passionate about animals than they are about their own children.

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