Tax Day Kickoff With LUSH Cosmetics

21 April 2016 | Newsworthy

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Our campaign recently joined forces with LUSH Cosmetics during tax week to stop taxpayer-funded animal experimentation in Washington, D.C.

We’re honored by the amount of interest that major figures in American politics and media have already shown in our work against $12 billion in taxpayer-funded animal experimentation.

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FamousDC reports on the power players at the tax day kick off:

Spotted with a name tag: Juleanna Glover, Mindy Finn, Mary Katharine Ham, Michelle Fields, Jamie Weinstein, Larry O’Connor , Betsy Woodruff, Julie Germany, Kat Murti, Lyndsey Fifield.

And this:

Guests dressed up in animal ears and name tags in order to represent the various types of tax payer experiments that White Coat Waste Project aims to defund.

We’re also honored to be working with LUSH: an innovative private sector company that — unlike the federal government — creates jobs, balances the books, and opposes taxpayer-funded animal experimentation.

To read more from FamousDC  please follow this link.

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