The Environmental Protection Agency has revealed plans to dramatically reduce and eventually eliminate its reliance on animal testing for chemical studies
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This isn't a move made to protect animals, it is a move made to allow companies to make their own test, without standards, without control. Control on what chemicals are being fueled into the environment isn't just to protect humans I think they should try it on the president first, since he wants to head up everything
you know there are plans to replace lab rats with lawyers? Apparently there are more lawyers than lab rats, also, lawyers will do things that lab rats just won’t do, and there are some people who actually like lab rats. Old joke, thought a good laugh was in order. Here all week! Without testing on animals, prepare for many more sick and dying human beings. And then ask yourself, whose life is more valuable, that of a little girl, or that of a rat?
Are they going to use immigrants? Jfc Doing this actually enables chemical companies to get away with more potentially dangerous side effects to their products so this is completely on brand for this administration. Shit, we still have an EPA?
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