Posted by Justin Goodman | 12 June 2018

  Following White Coat Waste Project’s investigation and campaign exposing the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) forced inhalation tests on animals–and advocacy by the majority of taxpayers who oppose this waste and abuse–lawmakers are taking action.  In the just-passed 2019 EPA funding bill, the House Appropriations Committee included a bipartisan amendment submitted by Reps. David Joyce (R-OH) and...

Posted by Justin Goodman | 11 June 2018

Earlier this year, after a robust White Coat Waste Project campaign and bipartisan leadership from Congress, President Trump signed the fiscal year 2018 government funding bill that defunded all dog experimentation at the Department of Veterans Affairs save for rare instances with Secretary-level approval. Now, following advocacy by WCW and veterans’ groups, a bipartisan request from over 50...

Posted by Justin Goodman | 08 June 2018

  L-R: Rep. Jimmy Panetta (D-CA), “The Kitten Lady” Hannah Shaw, and Rep. Mike Bishop (R-MI) Yesterday, White Coat Waste Project hosted a Capitol Hill briefing featuring world-famous kitten advocate Hannah Shaw (The Kitten Lady) to build even more Congressional support for the bipartisan KITTEN Act to end deadly taxpayer-funded kitten experiments at the U.S....

Posted by Justin Goodman | 29 May 2018

Just three weeks after White Coat Waste Project exposed deadly taxpayer-funded kitten experiments at the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA)–and our supporters sent nearly 100,000 letters to Congress and the USDA–lawmakers are taking action. As reported by POLITICO, CBN and WJLA, last week, the U.S. Senate Appropriations Committee–which controls the budgets of the USDA and...

Posted by Anthony Bellotti | 16 May 2018

WCW VP Justin Goodman speaks alongside Rep. Matt Gaetz (R-FL) and NEAVS’s Nathan Herschler at the Congressional briefing to release the “Toxic Testing” report Last year, White Coat Waste Project exposed the National Toxicology Program’s (NTP) taxpayer-funded animal tests for so-called “abortion herbs” and cosmetics ingredients. It turns out, the problem is even worse than we knew....

Posted by Justin Goodman | 11 May 2018

Just days after White Coat Waste Project’s new exposé of USDA’s deadly taxpayer-funded kitten experiments, Congressman Mike Bishop (R-MI)–who was instrumental in breaking the investigation–has joined forces with House Agriculture Committee member Rep. Jimmy Panetta (D-CA) to introduce a bill to end this waste and abuse. As first reported by CNN, the bipartisan pair introduced the...

Posted by Justin Goodman | 07 May 2018

The kitten is out of the bag. A new White Coat Waste Project investigation has exposed that for nearly half-a-century taxpayers have been funding deadly kitten experiments at a secretive U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) laboratory in Beltsville, Maryland. Now, we’re working with Congress to stop it. Photo from inside USDA kitten lab obtained by...

Posted by Elizabeth Walker | 28 April 2018

White Coat Waste Project, Members of Congress, and influential politicos agree that wasteful air pollution animal tests at the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) should be relegated to the trash heap of history.  So does a bipartisan supermajority of American taxpayers who are being forced to pay for EPA to force 20,000 animals annually to eat lard and then inhale...

Posted by Elizabeth Walker | 18 April 2018

To coincide with Tax Week 2018, White Coat Waste Project just launched a national campaign to defund the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) wasteful and deadly multi-million-dollar air pollution animal tests. Our exposé last month uncovered how your tax dollars are funding EPA tests on more than 20,000 animals annually that include forcing them to eat lard and then...