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In 2013, we celebrated a historic milestone in the fight to end animal testing when the final provisions of the European Union’s marketing ban on cosmetics tested on animals went into effect. We cheered as Israel enacted a similar ban and were thrilled when PETA India’s work to persuade India to end tests on animals for cosmetics was successful.
But as we’ve celebrated this wonderful international progress in the fight to eliminate cruel product tests on animals, we’ve also been keeping a watchful eye on proposed changes to cosmetics regulations in the U.S. Instead of keeping pace with the international community, the U.S. is at risk of backsliding into requiring archaic product testing methods in which animals are poisoned and killed for cosmetics. Although the U.S. does not require tests on animals for cosmetics, some environmental and industry groups and decision-makers…
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