It's Even Worse Than We Thought
An Animal Rights Article from All-Creatures.org

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White Coat Waste
August 2016

According to a new admission from the NIH itself, upwards of 87.5% of all taxpayer-funded animal experiments are a complete waste of taxpayer dollars.

"It's time to whip out some seriously big scissors before raiding taxpayers' wallets and proverbially setting our hard-earned cash on fire yet again."
Julie Germany, White Coat Waste: STOP Taxpayer-Funded Animal Experiments

We've already exposed how the National Institutes of Health (NIH) wastes over $12 BILLION of your money every year to experiment on animals.

... But now it's even WORSE than we thought.

According to a new admission from the NIH itself, upwards of 87.5% of all taxpayer-funded animal experiments are a complete waste of taxpayer dollars.

Dr. Michael Bracken, a professor of epidemiology at Yale University, stated, "Waste is more than just a waste of money and resources...It can actually be harmful to people's health.
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After we exposed this new round of government abuse to the media, we told the Daily Caller "Congress needs to take a serious look at exactly what NIH is spending its money on."

That's precisely what our campaign is all about. We're the clean-up crew.

On your behalf, we're driving this issue and holding big spending politicians accountable for their abuse.

But there's so much more government waste we could expose... and that's why I'm writing you today.

To sustain our momentum, The Greenbaum Foundation will double every donation received before MIDNIGHT on August 31st. Our goal? To raise a $400,000 war chest to STOP taxpayer-funded animal experiments.

Double Your Donation at White Coat Waste.

It's true... these latest findings confirm what you already suspected: taxpayer-funded animal experiments are wasteful... and wrong. But being on the right side of the issue isn't good enough.

Now we're ready to launch even more investigations, advertising, and innovative legislation to STOP taxpayer-funded animal experiments in Washington. But we can't do it alone.

We're ready to launch even more investigations, hard-hitting advertising, and legislation to STOP taxpayer-funded animal experiments where it counts most: Congress.


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