Tell Rhode Island Legislators: Save Animals from Medical Training

A new bill in the Rhode Island House of Representatives would end the use of animals for medical training in the state. H 5267, introduced by Rep. Joseph Solomon, would modernize medical training and save animals. At Brown University, live pigs are cut open and killed to train emergency medicine residents - even though 94 percent of programs across the country no longer use animals at all.

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