United States Senate passes bill banning shark fin sales.
The legislative body recently passed the Shark Fin Sales Elimination Act that would ban the sale and import of shark fins and related products. Every year, 73 million shark fins are sold on the global market, and 245,000 kilograms of it are imported into the United States. Currently, sale of fins in the nation is still legal, and they are imported from other countries to make soup, but the new law would stop this and thus save lives.
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Our appreciation, United States Senate, for passing this act to stop the import and sale of shark fins. We pray that the bill will quickly become law to better protect the sharks and oceans, in the loving care of the Providence.