Historic Wins Against Taxpayer-funded Animal Experiments
An Animal Rights Article from All-Creatures.org

FROM

White Coat Waste Project
December 2017

caged dog

Some historic news from White Coat Waste Project in 2017:

  • Ended the Los Angeles Department of Veterans Affairs “House of Horrors” Dog Lab thanks to VA Whistleblower and Iraq War Veteran. For 20 years, the VA injected Dobermans with amphetamines, killed them, and dissected their brains.
  • First Federal audits of government spending on animal testing in American history
  • The U.S. House of Representatives de-funded the VA’s painful dog labs
  • Stopped the FDA’s baby monkey nicotine addiction experiments: The FDA locked 10-month-old squirrel monkeys in restraint chairs, isolated them for nearly three years, and forcibly addicted them to nicotine.
  • Educated millions of taxpayers with over 200+ explosive press stories and national TV ads
  • From Richmond Ties-Dispatch, October 26, 2017:
    “White Coat Waste Project’s message has infiltrated the federal government”
  • From Los Angeles Times, June 13, 2017:
    “Los Angeles VA ends testing on narcoleptic dogs.”
  • From The Washington Free Beacon, July 30, 2017:
    “House halts tax-payer funded VA dog experiments.”
  • From Washington Examiner, July 26, 2017:
    “House votes to ban VA medical tests on dogs.”
  • From The Washington Post, September 25, 2017
    “FDA halts monkey research.”
  • From USA Today, September 25, 2017
    “Gruesome dog testing by VA draws outrage.”

Return to Animal Rights Articles