Posted by Daniel Lopez | 18 April 2019

It’s tax season, and CBS News is reporting, “Tax refunds so far this year are down by $6 billion from 2018.”  Taxpayers have a right to know how their missing refunds are instead being spent by Uncle Sam, and White Coat Waste Project’s new ad campaign aims to do just that. WCW billboard running near...

Posted by Daniel Lopez | 04 April 2019

Following the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s (USDA) decision to shut down its kitten slaughterhouse and adopt out the survivors after a year-long White Coat Waste Project campaign, lawmakers across the political spectrum took to social media to celebrate the decision. “Under no circumstances should your tax dollars be used to fund cruel, painful experiments on cats...

Posted by Justin Goodman | 02 April 2019

Following an intensive year-long White Coat Waste Project (WCW) campaign, the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) has just announced it is ending all cat experiments and adopting out the 14 cats remaining at its laboratory. The news comes just two weeks after WCW released its report exposing the USDA’s kitten cannibalism experiments using cats and dogs purchased...

Posted by Justin Goodman | 01 April 2019

The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) is about to receive more puppies to abuse and kill in taxpayer-funded experiments. According to VA documents obtained by White Coat Waste Project through the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA), a shipment of three hound puppies as young as 9 months old is set to be delivered to the...

Posted by Justin Goodman | 27 March 2019

Lawmakers from both sides of the aisle want taxpayer-funded primate experiments suspended at a notorious U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) laboratory. Moby, a squirrel monkey released from an FDA lab in 2018 following a successful WCW campaign As reported by POLITICO, the New York Times, and the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette, Congressmen Brendan Boyle (D-PA) and Matt Gaetz...

Posted by Justin Goodman | 22 March 2019

UPDATE (4/2/19): Following a year-long White Coat Waste Project campaign, the USDA announced that its kitten slaughterhouse will close permanently and the 14 surviving cats will be adopted out. Read more. Original post (03/22/19) Following White Coat Waste Project’s new exposé of the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s taxpayer-funded kitten cannibalism experiments, federal lawmakers from both...

Posted by Justin Goodman | 19 March 2019

UPDATE (4/2/19): Following a year-long White Coat Waste Project campaign, the USDA announced that its kitten slaughterhouse will close permanently and the 14 surviving cats will be adopted out. Read more. Original post (03/19/19) Just when you thought the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s (USDA) “kitten slaughterhouse” couldn’t be any more wasteful and abusive, we just dropped...

Posted by Anthony Bellotti | 14 March 2019

  Congress is taking action after a troubling new federal audit–prompted by a White Coat Waste Project investigation–found that federal agencies are not enforcing a law requiring taxpayer-funded animal experimenters and other grant recipients to publicly disclose how much they spend. The simple, common-sense, 30-year-old accountability requirement is supposed to serve as a price tag so taxpayers know...

Posted by Justin Goodman | 14 March 2019

Just in time for Sunshine Week, a new federal audit has confirmed widespread violations of spending transparency laws, first brought to light by White Coat Waste Project. It’s the latest development in WCW’s fight to make billions in wasteful taxpayer-funded animal experiments more accountable. Report: Feds Not Monitoring How Taxpayer Funding Is Being Spent https://t.co/5zQLtCLjLG via...