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California’s Cruelty-Free Cosmetics Act Makes New Ingredients Officially Endangered

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It’s debatable the extent to which SB 1249, now headed to the governor’s desk, will improve animals’ lot, but cosmetic ingredient innovation is almost certain to suffer. Industry could escalate efforts behind alternative methods development, or there’s another possible solution: federal preemption.

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