Let's have a poll. A lot of changes have been made to laws overseas to allow for the inclusion of some invertebrates in animal welfare laws, but not in the United States. Currently, invertebrates are not protected for any purpose whatsoever. They are at the mercy of the individuals using them, or the IACUCs overseeing the study if it is research. Correct me if I'm totally wrong. What do you think should be done regarding the current status of invertebrates in law, and why?