Urgent Calls Needed Now Through June 25th To Help Turn The CA Cruelty-Free Cosmetics Act Into Law!

SB 1249, the CA Cruelty-Free Cosmetics Act, is two steps away from the governor’s desk and becoming law in the fifth largest economy in the world.

Unfortunately, Johnson & Johnson, Procter & Gamble, L’Oreal, Unilever, Avon, NARS Cosmetics, Revlon, M.A.C., and Mary Kay Cosmetics are among the companies that are opposing the passage of the law that will save hundreds of thousands of animals from needless torture and death every year.

The companies have hired an army of lobbyists that are currently meeting with every assembly member’s office and lying about what our bill does and what the effects of it will be.

Help Us Help These Poor Innocent Animals! Call Assembly Judiciary Committee Members Now Through June 25th To Let Them Know That Californians Do Not Want Their Cosmetic Products Tested On Animals No Matter Where In The World The Testing Takes Place!

The next Capitol hearing is set for June 26, 2018, at 9:00 am, Room 437. If possible, people are also encouraged to attend the hearing.

Help us NOW by calling each member of the committee urging their support and not to be persuaded by the opposition spin! Tell them to vote yes on SB 1249!

Mark Stone (D), Chair 916-319-2029

Jordan Cunningham (R), Vice Chair 916-319-2035

Ed Chau  (D) 916-319-2049

David Chiu (R) 916-319-2017

Chris Holden (D) 916-319-2041 

Ash Kalra  (D) 916-319-2027

Kevin Kiley (R)  916-319-2006

Brian Maienschein (R) 916-319-2077

Eloise Gomez Reyes (D) 916-319-2047

#CACrueltyFree #YesOnSB1249

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