Massachusetts: Help end animal testing for cosmetics and other products
This action is for Massachusetts residents only.
The Massachusetts Legislature is considering critical legislation to reduce animal testing.
An Act promoting humane cosmetics and other household products by limiting the use of animal testing (S. 1424/H. 850) would require manufacturers and their contract testing facilities to use non-animal test methods for cosmetics, household products, and their ingredients when such methods provide information of equivalent or better scientific quality and relevance.
Please use the form below to send a message to your state legislators, urging them to support this important legislation and ask their colleagues to do the same. Remember, personalizing your message will help it stand out!
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