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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Posted by Amanda Nieves | 30 06 2021

UPDATE (7/29/21): This legislation has been passed by the House of Representatives and now awaits action by the Senate. Original post Back in 2019, we shut down the USDA’s $22...

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Posted by Arin Greenwood | 26 04 2021

This is a WCW-backed bill that no one should oppose (and recent polling shows basically no one does). Following WCW’s campaign, the U.S Senate just reintroduced the AFTER Act, also...

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Posted by Arin Greenwood | 07 02 2021

“The AFTER Act is the most important public policy of its kind. It would make lab animal retirement of cats, dogs, monkeys and other federally regulated animals standard across the...

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Posted by Arin Greenwood | 20 01 2021

WCW’s FOIA to Freedom campaign strategy has led to a last minute pardon that EVERYONE will be very hoppy about: As first reported in the Washington Times, outgoing EPA Administrator...

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Posted by Arin Greenwood | 29 12 2020

There is no denying that 2020 has been *a year*. But you know what? While so much of 2020 has been a 💩 show—our small and scrappy organization still got...

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Posted by Arin Greenwood | 10 12 2020

Last week, following a WCW campaign, over 20 Members of Congress introduced the Cat Abuse in Testing Stops (CATS) Act to permanently defund the Department of Veterans Affairs' sickening experiments...

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Posted by Arin Greenwood | 23 10 2020

Not long ago, White Coat Waste Project took the Environmental Protection Agency to task for its cruel, wasteful, expensive, and outdated animal testing… with American taxpayers forced to pick up...

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Posted by Arin Greenwood | 23 10 2020

We’ve told the story of how WCW ended taxpayer-funded animal testing at the Environmental Protection Agency, becoming the first agency ever to set a benchmark and timeline for the complete...

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Posted by Daniel Lopez | 07 02 2020

  In late 2018, 26 squirrel monkeys were released from a U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) lab after White Coat Waste Project successfully shut down a wasteful $5.5 million...

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