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Western Justice is Blazing a Trail to Preserve The Western Horse Industry

Message from Western Justice Founder, Dave Duquette


Western Justice Legislative Fund, Western Justice, Blazing a Trail, Western Horse Industry, Horse Industry, Rodeo, Reined Cow Horse,Dave Duquette, Western Heritage, Washington DC, Western Justice, Western Sports Industry Coalition,

Our mission is to unite, defend, and protect the Western horse industry against the special interest extremists , actively seeking to destroy it.


Activists work to influence law and policy, to set precedents and thereby whittle away at

our lifestyles and livelihoods.


Western Justice is here to fight back with a collaborative, educated, and unwavering voice.


We stand for the true wellbeing of our animals, for our rights as owners, and for the future of our industry.


We inform and educate those who create industry policy, and those who make laws at the local, state, and federal levels.


Our unique and proven team includes; multigenerational ranchers, veterinary technicians, horse trainers, breeders and competitors. We have extensive experience in legislative policy, public relations, marketing, advertising, project implementation, and effective advocacy.


We cannot do it without you.

Your $50.00 Annual membership fee enables us to present a focused and unwavering front to those who hold the keys to our future. Become a member and help put our voice to work for you.


Click HERE to learn more about our Founder

Click HERE to learn more about our Initiatives

Click HERE to learn more about our Mission

Click HERE to learn more about our Western Sports Industry Coalition

Click HERE to learn more about the Rural America in Action platform


Defend and Protect Our Western Heritage, Become a Western Justice Member - HERE


Western Justice Legislative Fund is a Non-Profit, 501(c)(4) Organization Internal Revenue Code: EIN # 85-1738984 Registered in Wyoming. Mailing address ~ P.O. Box 454 Hermiston, OR 97838

Contributions to WJLF are not deductible as charitable contributions for federal income tax purposes. They may be deductible as trade or business expenses, if ordinary and necessary in the conduct of the taxpayer's business. Please consult with your tax adviser.


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