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Bipartisan Support Could Propel U.S. Bill To Ban Cosmetic Animal Testing

This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet

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A bipartisan bill introduced in the House would ban animal testing of cosmetics and cosmetic ingredients in the U.S. one year after the bill becomes law, and the sale of cosmetic products tested on animals within three years after enactment. Animal-rights groups applauded the measure.

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