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California animal testing

This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet

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Bill prohibiting use of animal tests when a validated alternative exists passes Senate 22-11 with seven abstentions May 25. SB 2082, introduced by Sen. Jack O'Connell (D-Santa Barbara) Feb. 25, amended a stricter version. CTFA, which had lobbied against the bill, withdrew its opposition following the May 3 changes. Modifications included carving out a much-opposed "bounty hunter" clause (1"The Rose Sheet" May 8, p. 10)

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Bill prohibiting use of animal tests when validated alternatives are available is signed by Gov. Gray Davis (D) Sept. 18. The measure passed the California Assembly Aug. 28 and was approved by the Senate May 25 (1"The Rose Sheet" Sept. 4, In Brief and 2June 5, In Brief). SB 2082, introduced by Sen. Jack O'Connell (D-Santa Barbara) Feb. 25, amended a stricter version opposed by CTFA (3"The Rose Sheet" May 8, p. 10)

California animal testing

Bill prohibiting use of animal tests when validated alternatives are available is signed by Gov. Gray Davis (D) Sept. 18. The measure passed the California Assembly Aug. 28 and was approved by the Senate May 25 (1"The Rose Sheet" Sept. 4, In Brief and 2June 5, In Brief). SB 2082, introduced by Sen. Jack O'Connell (D-Santa Barbara) Feb. 25, amended a stricter version opposed by CTFA (3"The Rose Sheet" May 8, p. 10)

California animal testing

Bill prohibiting use of animal tests when a validated alternative exists passes California Assembly 22-13 Aug. 28. The bill, SB 2082, has been forwarded to Gov. Gray Davis (D-Calif.), who must act by Sept. 30. The measure passed the Senate May 25 (1"The Rose Sheet" June 5, In Brief). Introduced by Sen. Jack O'Connell (D-Santa Barbara) Feb. 25, SB 2082 amended a stricter version CTFA initially lobbied against. Modifications included carving out a much-opposed "bounty hunter" clause (2"The Rose Sheet" May 8, p. 10)

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