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Law Banning Animal Cosmetics Finally Passed and Supported with Success

Law Banning Animal Cosmetics

Already the eighth U.S. state has banned the sale of cosmetic products that have been tested on animals and produced improperly. This state is New Jersey.

Governor Phil Murphy signed the long-awaited law, which was passed by the Senate and the entire state Assembly.&;

Senator Joseph Lagana and New Jersey Assemblyman Anthony Verrelli were major sponsors of the bill.

They were also joined by a large group of bipartisan members. Nearly 1,000 well-known companies, including cosmetics brands such as Lush and US Organic Group supported the legislation.

Introducing a Vegan Culture

The new law is consistent with vegan standards and their stance on the treatment of animals. Studies have shown that about 80 percent of Americans oppose the testing of cosmetics on animals.

Thus, by passing such a law, New Jersey has recognized the overwhelming public opinion that animals should not be harmed in the testing of cosmetic products or their ingredients.

Given the many non-animal testing options, there is no ethical justification for continuing to harm animals for the sake of beauty.

New Jersey, California, Nevada, Illinois, Virginia, Maryland, Maine, and Hawaii, stop the sale of animal beauty products.

Which state is next?

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