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|Reform the Safe Cosmetics Act: Additional Resources|
10/05/2012 - Cosmetics Regulation Reform Additional Resources Cosmetics Regulation Reform | Cosmetics Regulation Reform FAQ | Cosmetics Regulation Reform Resources The National Research Council’s report Toxicity Testing in the 21st Century: A Vision and a Strategy recommends a complete shift from animals tests to cell- an
|Reform the Safe Cosmetics Act|
08/08/2011 - Cosmetics Regulation Reform in the United States Cosmetics Regulation Reform | Cosmetics Regulation Reform FAQ | Cosmetics Regulation Reform Resources CAMPAIGN UPDATE: Representative Jim Moran (VA) introduced a landmark bill to ban the testing of cosmetics on animals. PCRM supports this bill and is
|Reform the Safe Cosmetics Act FAQ|
08/08/2011 - Cosmetics Regulation Reform FAQ Cosmetics Regulation Reform | Cosmetics Regulation Reform FAQ | Cosmetics Regulation Reform Resources Are cosmetics currently regulated? The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) currently regulates cosmetics through the Federal Food Drug and Cosmetics Act (FFDCA). Under the
|How You Can Help Reform the March of Dimes|
07/15/2011 - 1. Tell other people about the March of Dimes! Most people are not aware that the charity wastes their charitable donations on cruel and useless experimentation. One way you can easily raise awareness is to write letters: to the editor, to a celebrity spokesperson, and/or to any company in your community that suppor
|Find Humane Health Charities the Easy Way|
01/16/2011 - Are your donations to health charities really cruelty free? Many people give to health charities without realizing that they are indirectly supporting animal experiments. The Humane Charity Seal of Approval helps donors separate charities that fund animal experiments from those that provide vital services or ad
|American Animal Protection Groups Release Joint Statement on EPA Chemical Reform Principles|
09/30/2009 - WASHINGTON—The Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine, along with People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals and the Humane Society of the United States, have released the following statement in reaction to the announcement of "Essential Principles for Reform of Chemicals Management Legislation&q
|Poll Shows Majority of Americans Prefer Cruelty-Free Charities|
11/26/2001 - WASHINGTON—A new poll shows that 56 percent of adults say they are more likely to donate to a health charity that does not fund animal experiments than to one that does. The survey of 1,001 men and women was conducted from November 16 to 19, 2001, by Opinion Research Corporation International of Princeton, N.J.,