Conservatives, liberals team up against animal research
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Justin Goodman, White Coat Waste Project
December 2016

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It's official: we're in uncharted territory.

Science magazine just profiled our unprecedented, "red-blue alliance" in a must-read feature called: "Conservatives, liberals team up against animal research."

The Washington Post agrees: "it's a message that could resonate following the election of Donald Trump, who has made government waste a talking point."

So please read below. Then see why even the taxpayer-funded dog experimentation lobby agrees:

Liberty lovers + animal lovers = innovation.

From Science Magazine, November 21, 2016 - See Conservatives, liberals team up against animal research for entire article:

Painful, bizarre, and wasteful experiments.” Buying dogs “just to cut them apart … and kill them.” These statements might sound like the rhetoric used by extreme animal rights groups, but they come from White Coat Waste—a new, unlikely coalition of fiscal conservatives and liberal activists that aims to end federal funding for research involving dogs and other animals by targeting people’s pocketbooks in addition to their heartstrings. Last week, the group made its first foray into the political arena, holding a briefing on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C., for reporters and congressional staff. Speakers called on policymakers to launch an audit of the agencies that fund animal research, and depicted animal studies as another example of big government spending run amok.

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