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Trone has stood up to protect animals against cruelty | READER COMMENTARY

David Trone greets a voter in front of South Hagerstown High school, a voting location, on November 6, 2018 in Hagerstown. Mr. Trone has served as the congressman from Maryland's 6th district since 2019. (Photo by Bill O'Leary/The Washington Post)
David Trone greets a voter in front of South Hagerstown High school, a voting location, on November 6, 2018 in Hagerstown. Mr. Trone has served as the congressman from Maryland's 6th district since 2019. (Photo by Bill O'Leary/The Washington Post) (Bill OLeary / Baltimore Sun)

Rep. David Trone, a Democrat who represents Maryland’s 6th Congressional District, is a champion for animals and taxpayers, and White Coat Waste Project is proud to honor him with our 2020 Congressional Waste Warrior award (”U.S. Rep. Trone opts for reelection rather than a run for Maryland governor,” May 7).

Representative Trone has led key initiatives to stop painful and outdated taxpayer-funded experiments on dogs, cats and other animals that most people oppose and that cost Americans over $20 billion every year. He’s also behind efforts to give animals a second chance in loving homes when testing in government labs ends.

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Our 3 million members in Maryland and beyond are lucky to have Mr. Trone in Washington protecting animals from abuse and taxpayers from wasteful government spending.

Natalie Warhit, Washington, D.C.

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The writer is campaign assistant with the White Coat Waste Project.

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