Lawmakers speak out: “Animals deserve a second chance” after government testing

Posted by Justin Goodman
02 August 2018 | Newsworthy

 

Last week, more than two dozen bipartisan lawmakers launched a first-ever effort urging all federal agencies to retire dogs, cats and primates at the end of wasteful and cruel government experiments. Congress members on both sides of the aisles took to social media to express their support for the campaign:

Tell Congress to retire lab animals and #GiveThemBack to taxpayers at the end of government experiments!

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