The White Coat Waste Project is a new coalition of more than 350,000 Republicans, Democrats, liberty lovers and animal lovers who all agree: taxpayers shouldn’t be forced to pay over $15 billion every year for wasteful experiments on dogs, cats, monkeys and other animals that are irrelevant, slow, expensive and hinder life-saving medical advancements.
Join the fight: because taxpayers have a right to know who’s paying the bills … and who’s cashing the checks.
Investigate and analyze wasteful government spending on animal experiments
Educate a new generation of taxpayers on how their money is being wasted.
Build a diverse coalition of liberty lovers, animal lovers, doctors, scientists and bipartisan Congress members to stop wasteful government spending on taxpayer-funded animal experiments
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What Others Are Saying
This is a refreshing consensus-building argument.Source: National Review, April 6, 2015
White Coat Waste [Project] is not a traditional animal advocacy organization, but one focused on what it says is government waste on testing — the kind of issue that could appeal to both fiscal conservatives and animal rights activists.Source: Washinton Post
A red-blue alliance.Source: Science
We need more information and transparency on how the government experiments on animals. Thank you White Coat Waste Project for your work on these issues. - Congresswoman Dina Titus (D-NV)Source: Congresswoman Dina Titus (D-NV)
A watchdog group counts $12 billion in federal funds going annually toward animal experimentation.Source: U.S. News, July 9, 2014
We believe in supporting projects that aim to tackle the root cause of the problem rather than treating the symptom. That’s why we contributed to the work of White Coat Waste [Project] to stop taxpayer-funded animal experimentation.Source: Erika Edwards, LUSH Cosmetics, April 18, 2016
The White Coat Waste Project is a group of whistleblowers (think Julia Roberts in Erin Brockovich). They aim to show how tax dollars are being misused to test on animals.Source: Origin Magazine, Issue 15, October 31, 2013
White Coat Waste [Project] opened fire with a Capitol Hill briefing earlier this month co-sponsored by a tax-hawk Republican and a PETA supporting Democrat. They are working together to make government research more transparent and to help eliminate wasteful and unnecessary experiments.Source: BioEdge, November 26, 2016