White Coat Waste Project is a taxpayer watchdog group representing more than 400,000 liberty-lovers and animal-lovers who all agree: taxpayers shouldn’t be forced to pay over $15 billion every year for wasteful and cruel experiments on dogs, cats, monkeys and other animals.
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What Others Are Saying
This is a refreshing consensus-building argument.National Review, 4/6/15
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.Washington Post, 11/15/16
White Coat Waste Project—a new, unlikely coalition of fiscal conservatives and liberal activists that aims to end federal funding for research involving dogs and other animals by targeting people’s pocketbooks in addition to their heartstrings.Science, 11/26/16
Many of these abuses and missteps were only brought to light through repeated requests from a tenacious nonpartisan taxpayer watchdog group called White Coat Waste Project.Reps. Dave Brat (R-VA) & Dina Titus (D-NV)
White Coat Waste Project's message also has infiltrated the federal government.Richmond Times-Dispatch, 10/26/17
By targeting the public funding spigot, [WCW] has forged unlikely alliances in Washington, with left-leaning, Patagonia-clad “no blood on my hands” animal-rights activists locking arms with bowtie-and-blazer “drain the swamp” stalwarts of the right.STAT, 2/8/18
White Coat Waste Project has cracked open the door toHot Air, 11/23/16
something which stinks and deserves further attention.
White Coat Waste Project is a bipartisan coalition of over 400,000 liberty and animal-lovers who are opposed to the government’s wasteful spending on unnecessary animal experiments.Gateway Pundit, 12/8/17