Oregon House Bill 3365 would prohibit the manufacture, distribution, or sale of a cosmetic developed through the use of animal testing. The bill contains exemptions for animal tests required by state or federal law. The bill also provides that noncomplying cosmetics “may be donated to a homeless shelter, hospital, animal shelter, corrections facility or emergency shelter” for use by individuals receiving services from such entities.
Oregon Considers Prohibition on Animal Testing for Cosmetics
Excerpt from Animal Law Digest: US Edition: Issue 78