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The Green Picture: January Jones Goes To Washington To Save Sharks

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Mad Men’s January Jones hit Capitol Hill yesterday to meet with members of Congress and discuss passing legislation aimed at protecting sharks. Jones became a spokesperson for Oceana’s Save Sharks campaign in early 2009 and has been passionately working with the organization to help pass the Shark Conservation Act of 2009. “We should be scared FOR sharks, not of them,” said the Golden Globe nominee.

“The survival of sharks and the health of our oceans depend on it. The United States needs to stand up for sharks,” she added. “Congress can do its part by passing the Shark Conservation Act.”

For more information on Oceana’s Save Sharks campaign, jump here.

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