Posted by MaryAnn Hussey | 05 May 2022

It’s almost exactly two years since we first exposed how U.S. taxpayers were unwittingly footing the bill for dangerous coronavirus experiments on animals at the Wuhan Institute of Virology (WIV). Since then, White Coat Waste Project (WCW) and its supporters have been relentlessly urging lawmakers to take action, and we’re getting results. This Wednesday, the...

Posted by MaryAnn Hussey | 29 April 2022

Beesly the Beagle Visits Lawmakers in DC! Last year, White Coat Waste Project released “Broken Bureaucracy,” a report detailing how thousands of puppies each year are abused in wasteful, misleading, and expensive tests just to satisfy archaic FDA red tape. The report was part of our broader ‘Cut FDA Red Tape’ campaign that’s prompted Congress...

Posted by Amanda Nieves | 28 April 2022

Every year, in a process called “appropriations,” Congress sets the budget for federal departments and agencies — determining how much money they will get, and how they are allowed to spend it. Appropriations take a while because it’s hard for Congress to come to an agreement on…well, anything, really. But issues related to taxpayer-funded animal...

Posted by Devin Murphy | 27 April 2022

“Mice Death Cover-Up” at Wuhan Animal Lab For years, we’ve been investigating EcoHealth Alliance, the shady and habitually-lawbreaking “nonprofit” whose dangerous taxpayer-funded animal experiments at the Wuhan Institute of Virology may have been responsible for the coronavirus pandemic. Now, Congress is hot on EHA’s trail, too. This past Monday (April 25, 2022), members of the...

Posted by Devin Murphy | 20 April 2022

  UP IN SMOKE: A WCW Project Investigation   Back in February, White Coat Waste Project (WCW) revealed wasteful marijuana experiments on monkeys. The press was surprised (and dismayed) to learn how much money had been spent on these experiments — the taxpayer-funded grants received $14 million in 2021 alone! — and it quickly made the...

Posted by MaryAnn Hussey | 18 April 2022

Wasteful. Cruel. Unnecessary. Hidden from public view. In the case of the St. Louis Dept. Of Veterans Affairs (VA), one of only two VA facilities still experimenting on dogs, their experiments can be categorized as “all of the above.” But thanks to White Coat Waste Project’s (WCW) campaign — which generated widespread public opposition to...

Posted by Amanda Nieves | 06 April 2022

  In August 2021, as part of our #BeagleGate series of exposés, White Coat Waste Project (WCW) revealed that taxpayers had paid $375,000 for experiments in Tunisia, where beagles were bitten again and again and again by infectious sand flies. In one test, beagles were drugged and locked in cages full of hungry flies. In...

Posted by MaryAnn Hussey | 06 April 2022

For the past two weeks, our supporters have been watching the Elite 8, then the Final Four. Now, at long last, a champion has been crowned! Nope, we’re not talking about college basketball. We’re talking about White Coat Waste Project’s inaugural WASTE MADNESS tournament! Each week, taxpayers across America have voted on which experiments are...

Posted by Amanda Nieves | 30 March 2022

‘White Coat Waste Project’ Brings More Congressional Attention to Overseas Labs Conducting Experiments on Animals Originally published by The Epoch Times Congressional efforts to investigate and even cease federal funding of some overseas labs have increased since White Coat Waste Project (WCW) disclosed several Freedom of Information Act (FOIA)-obtained documents detailing what the watchdog group...