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The NNAL Tour continues through Texas!

Reportback from the NNAL Tour:

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The NNAL Tour Enters Texas!

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NNAL Tour Surprises Skanska Phoenix!

From the No New Animal Lab Tour: 

Leaving from Los Angeles and driving straight through to San Antonio seemed like a long shot, so we decided to take a short stop in Phoenix and surprise Skanska's new fast-growing office there. Executive Vice President Ross Vroman and other previously NW-based executives played significant roles in developing Skanska's Phoenix market, and they maintain ties to Skanska executives in Portland and Seattle, the ones most culpable for the UW contract.

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NNAL Tour Los Angeles Stop!

Reportback from the NNAL Tour:

After a stop in the Bay area, the No New Animal Lab Tour headed south to spend a few days in Los Angeles, where we got off to a loud start with Sunday evening home demos against Skanska executives.

 

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NNAL Tour Visits the Bay Area

Reportback from the NNAL Tour:

After leaving from Portland the No New Animal Lab tour headed to the San Francisco Bay Area to meet up with Animal Defense League San Francisco. ADL has been active here for almost a year, focusing on campaigns such as No New Animal Lab and Gateway to Hell. They also organize a lot around prisoner support and have monthly prisoner letter writing nights throughout the Bay Area.

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The No New Animal Lab Tour Has Begun

Today is the launch of the nationwide No New Animal Lab Tour! We've officially hit the road, and Skanska USA—the construction company attempting to build an underground animal laboratory at the University of Washington—is about to have a summer that they’ll never forget.

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Seattle: Home Demos and Office Chalk

From Seattle activists: 

On Sunday, activists in Seattle made trips to the homes of David Harrison and Lew Guerrette of Skanska USA. Around 10 people opposed to the UW lab visited these Skanska executives in order to hold them publicly accountable to the actions that they and their company have undertaken to build a secretive underground animal research facility.

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