WATCH: ABC 7 features Violet’s Law and WCW

Posted by Daniel Lopez
17 July 2019 | GiveThemBack, Newsworthy


ABC7 investigative reporter Scott Taylor was instrumental in helping White Coat Waste Project expose and shut down the USDA’s kitten slaughterhouse. Now, he and Washington, DC’s ABC7 are helping spread the word about Violet’s Law (aka the AFTER Act), and why it’s needed to spare the lives of over 50,000 dogs, cats, primates, rabbits and other animals locked in government laboratories. Taxpayers bought these animals, and we want Uncle Sam to #GiveThemBack!

Watch ABC 7’s outstanding new investigation that featured Violet’s journey from a lab dog to a lap dog and how WCW is working with Congressman Brendan Boyle (D-PA) and other lawmakers to pass a common-sense bill that would open the doors to retirement for animals across government laboratories:

Urge your Congress members to support the AFTER Act to give a second chance to animals that endured the abuse in wasteful government experiments!

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I’m am proud that this change has been made. I am very proud of my aunt, the person who got interviewed, for helping this law and adopting
Violet.

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