..... Cosmetics tested on animals. Does this also mean we can not put lipstick on pigs anymore?
Only if it has previously been tested on humans
I have never put lipstick on a pig, so I am not going to start now.
In light of Jerry Brown's vetos and signatures into law, he is as liberal as they come. Don't get me wrong, I am totally against ANY animal testing. I buy animal-free testing products only. How is a California law going to stop a company in Texas from animal testing!!!?
He also signed the Neutrality bill as well. I don't think he knows his abbreviations very well. "www" means World Wide Web.
California is regulated way too much, crazy.
I agree that CA is over regulated, but the law doesn't say they are trying to stop animal testing in any other state -- just the SALE of such products in California.
I see that this is important to you, though my original response was a true classic. Your post was unclear; are you for or against it. I wish to know how to proceed.
Not that important to me,except that will require another office full of bureaucrats to figure out how to implement and enforce the law. When it mentioned cosmetics and animals it just reminded me of lipstick on a pig.
Still loving when they fly. Our State, even though a mess, still puts into the Federal Reserve more than we take out. How do we do that? I have no idea.
California is in first place in the production of US agricultural products, including ag exports..( I Googled, just to be sure.)
I would have thought tech. But my travels between north and south, you are obviously right.
Animal testing needs to be stopped, but regulating it just creates more paperwork and costs taxpayers more money.
Sorry for the typo, going to be more of that. Fixed.
Meanwhile, try this:
"If a service dog without a person approaches you, it means the person is down and needs help."
If a flying pig approaches you, put down the drink and stay still until it goes away.
I consider that part of media which includes entertainment. Of course Hollywood is not what it once was. Most people think CA is L.A. area and Bay Area, not knowing that the state produces a significant amount of food.
My neighbor collects weather vanes . One of them has a large copper pig with wings — Para would like it.
And another major LOL. Too bad. Is your image yourself? Although don't care; feel sorry for younger generation, No pictures of me.
We are all curious about you, Para.
My picture is carefully aged to bring out its mature and delicious flavor, but still has a little hint of original essence with woodsy and fruity tones.
It doesn't matter. You still are a multi -branched lightning bolt that helps to keep forums awake.
Confession , I have been Jerry Brown's personal driver for twenty years , seen him apply lipstick daily on his drive to work , why would he treat animals this way ?
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