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...

Posted by Devin Murphy | 25 March 2022

Give Them Back: A Second Chance for Lab Animals A White Coat Waste Project Op-ed, originally published in M. Citizen Magazine, Issue 7 | Spring 2022 Getting through the pandemic was challenging — but the unconditional love of an animal made it a little easier. Shelters were cleared nationwide as millions of Americans adopted pandemic...

Posted by Amanda Nieves | 23 March 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 hard to fathom. It doesn’t happen often, but it happened recently, when we discovered that U.S. taxpayer dollars were funding monstrously cruel experiments on kittens...

Posted by Devin Murphy | 23 March 2022

WASTE WARRIORS.Striking fear into bureaucrats and white coats nationwide, Waste Warriors are White Coat Waste Project’s secret weapon in the War on Waste — a bipartisan coalition of Representatives and Senators who have helped us find, expose, and defund some of the government’s worst animal experiments. They may not be able to leap tall buildings...

Posted by Devin Murphy | 18 March 2022

  Waste Warrior, Veteran, and Iowa Senator Joni Ernst loves transparency and hates government waste.  She’s supported countless efforts to promote good governance and curb wasteful spending — in addition to calling out unnecessary frivolities, like putting turkeys on treadmills to see how fast they walk. (The answer is 6mph. Now, ask yourself: was that...

Posted by Justin Goodman | 17 March 2022

Want to Cut Government Waste? Fix Government Transparency Originally published as a Newsweek Op-Ed.  Transparency is an integral part of the American republic. We can never be a government “of the people, by the people, for the people” without an informed and engaged citizenry, and Americans can never be fully informed if our government shields...