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The DOD, NIH, and several other government agencies are spending millions of your tax dollars each year for wasteful and painful toxicity experiments on puppies and other animals.

But the taxpayer-funded white coats running these labs refuse to disclose how many or what kind of animals they’re using, for what tests, or what it costs taxpayers.

The Federal Accountability in Chemical Testing (FACT) Act (HR 197) will require any federal agency that conducts or requires toxicity testing to report the details to the public – giving us the hard evidence we need to convince Congress to defund the abuse.

Act now to urge your Members of Congress to pass the Fact Act!



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