Representatives of Mary Kay Support violence Victims

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Mary Kay reps brightened up the Capitol Tuesday by making their signature color pink, although instead of selling makeup, the women entered the Capitol in support of domestic violence victims.

Karen Rogers, granddaughter of the founder of Mary Kay Cosmetics was also among them.

According to Tennessee law, individuals suffering from domestic abuse, stalking, or sexual assault do not have the right to break lease agreements even in the interest of personal safety.

Karen Rogers indicated that the movement is about saving lives, not about trying to allow people to get out of an obligation.

The lease-breaking bill has been postponed by a judiciary committee for one week.