Posted by Daniel Lopez | 12 December 2019

Animals abused in government labs are lucky to have friends in high places fighting for their freedom.  White Coat Waste Project is proud to count Louise Linton–a consummate filmmaker, actor, philanthropist and humanitarian–among them.  Louise is a tireless advocate for the welfare of animals and humans, and recently founded the Louise Linton Charitable Fund to...

Posted by Daniel Lopez | 05 December 2019

White Coat Waste Project’s bipartisan event on Capitol Hill last night to promote Violet’s Law (aka the AFTER Act) proved once again that dogs are the great unifier. Clockwise L-R: Sen. Joni Ernst’s puppy Blix takes the podium; Rep. Jackie Walorski and Blix; Sidda takes a load off; and Senate AFTER Act lead Sen. Susan...

Posted by Justin Goodman | 25 November 2019

While most of Washington is slowing down for the holiday season, Senator Rand Paul (R-KY) is escalating his war on waste as the national debt hits a record of $23 trillion. Once again, The Waste Report takes a closer look at just some of what the federal government is doing with the American people’s hard-earned...

Posted by Daniel Lopez | 15 November 2019

Taxpayers have a right to know that the Maryland-based U.S. National Institutes of Health (NIH) wastes millions in public money to addict monkeys to street drugs in crude experiments. But government agencies in Maryland are–once again–unlawfully stifling White Coat Waste Project’s (WCW) free speech and its work to expose this waste and abuse. As first...

Posted by Mackenzie Burr | 31 October 2019

Guess what? Uncle Sam forces you to pay $15 billion in taxes – that’s billion with a “B” – for wicked and wasteful experiments on animals. Every. Single. Year. Whether you like it or not. So, just in time for Halloween, WCW has compiled a list of the top 13 government torture devices you bought …...

Posted by Justin Goodman | 30 October 2019

White Coat Waste Project (WCW) just exposed how the nation’s top taxpayer-funded monkey abusers have been violating a federal law requiring that they publicly disclose the costs of their cruel and wasteful experiments. During its investigation, WCW unearthed a little-known video of the noncompliant primate experiments at Emory University’s Yerkes National Primate Research Center (NPRC)....

Posted by Daniel Lopez | 30 October 2019

Taxpayer-funded monkey experimenters don’t want you to know how much of your money they’re wasting to create drunk monkeys and abuse other primates in experiments, but White Coat Waste Project (WCW) isn’t letting them get away with it.   As first reported by the Washington Examiner, WCW has filed a complaint with the National Institutes...

Posted by Justin Goodman | 26 October 2019

“[S]tabbing, burning and shooting pigs and goats, and sometimes even dogs….” Is this how you want your money spent? Dem lawmakers criticize training involving “stabbing, burning and shooting” animals https://t.co/mDhSTpvBqs pic.twitter.com/5M7OBZ15qp — The Hill (@thehill) October 26, 2019 White Coat Waste Project recently discovered that the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) and U.S. Marshal’s Service...

Posted by Justin Goodman | 23 October 2019

Congresswoman Lucille Roybal-Allard (D-CA)–a WCW Waste Warrior awardee–made history earlier this year by leading a successful effort with WCW to pass first-ever legislation directing the National Institutes of Health (NIH) to phase-out wasteful and painful primate testing that’s opposed by most taxpayers. As that bill works it way to the President, Rep. Roybal-Allard is holding...