Posted by Amanda Nieves | 23 03 2022

We’ve been finding, exposing, and defunding wasteful government spending on animal experimentation for years. It’s what we do. It’s our “thing.” But sometimes, we find something so egregious that it’s...

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Posted by Amanda Nieves | 14 03 2022

  Earlier this month, White Coat Waste Project (WCW) revealed that the National Institutes of Health (NIH) was funding cruel and wasteful experiments on cats…in Russia. In case you missed...

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Posted by Amanda Nieves | 23 02 2022

  In this new letter to the DOJ, Congress directly cited WCW’s winning lawsuit and investigation. Last year, White Coat Waste Project (WCW) finally obtained receipts that the Department of...

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Posted by Amanda Nieves | 18 01 2022

The Time for Transparency About COVID-19 Origins is Now Originally published by Newsweek. This has been a good week for transparency—and a bad week for Dr. Anthony Fauci. New documents,...

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Posted by Amanda Nieves | 11 01 2022

White Coat Waste Project has exposed how outdated FDA red tape forces drug makers to torture and kill tens of thousands of dogs—and millions of other animals—each year to fulfill...

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Posted by Amanda Nieves | 31 12 2021

  In 2021, WCW ended more government animal labs than ALL other groups…combined. Let’s recap the year’s top wins in the War on Waste: Unless you’ve been living under a...

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Posted by Amanda Nieves | 24 09 2021

Congress is continuing to crack down on funding for the entities responsible for dangerous coronavirus experiments on bats and humanized mice that may have caused the pandemic. Earlier this year,...

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Posted by Amanda Nieves | 21 09 2021

We’ve told you about the how the notorious non-profit group EcoHealth Alliance funneled tax dollars to the Wuhan Animal Lab for dangerous coronavirus experiments on animals that many experts—and a...

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Posted by Amanda Nieves | 16 09 2021

Back in 2019, WCW got the USDA to retire and release the feline survivors of its $22 million “Kitten Slaughterhouse” lab. This was the first time we know of that...

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Posted by Amanda Nieves | 14 09 2021

Momentum keeps building to give animals in government labs a second chance. Following WCW’s campaign and action by the U.S. Senate, the U.S House of Representatives just reintroduced the AFTER Act,...

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