WCW + Rep. Ted Lieu = Winning in Washington

Posted by Justin Goodman
03 July 2018 | Newsworthy


This past weekend, White Coat Waste Project and some of its top supporters from around the country had the honor of hosting Congressman Ted Lieu (D-CA), one of Congress’s most outstanding leaders fighting wasteful taxpayer-funded animal experiments.

At the private standing-room-only “Winning in Washington” event emceed by animal advocate and journalist Jane Velez-Mitchell, Rep. Lieu–a 2017 WCW Waste Warrior awardee–discussed some of the historic bipartisan victories he’s worked with WCW to secure.

Rep. Lieu has been instrumental in some of WCW’s biggest wins, including:


Tell your Congress members to join Rep. Lieu and support the bipartisan KITTEN Act to defund deadly taxpayer-funded kitten experiments, and urge USDA to adopt out the cats!

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