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US States Exploring Cosmetic Animal-Testing Bans With Federal Movement Stalled

This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet

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California, New York and Hawaii are considering legislation that would ban the sale of cosmetic products tested on animals or containing animal-tested ingredients. State-level action could be the impetus needed to get Congress moving on the proposed Humane Cosmetics Act.

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