We're Different. Here's How
To STOP taxpayer-funded animal experiments we must stop wasteful government spending. Our approach? Drain the swamp: cut government spending that hurts animals and taxpayers. That's what our campaign is all about.
We’re a new coalition of Republicans, Democrats, liberty lovers and animal lovers who all agree: taxpayers shouldn’t be forced to pay over $12 billion for wasteful, cruel and unnecessary experiments on animals. Our campaign was founded by Anthony Bellotti, who personally witnessed and participated in taxpayer-funded animal experiments as a teenager.
Join the fight: because taxpayers have a right to know who’s paying the bills … and who’s cashing the checks.
Investigate and analyze wasteful government spending that hurts animals and taxpayers.
Educate a new generation of taxpayers on how their money is being wasted.
Send an unmistakable message to Congress to stop taxpayer-funded animal experiments and hold politicians accountable for wasteful spending and abuse.
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What Others Are Saying
We believe in supporting projects that aim to tackle the root cause of the problem rather than treating the symptom. That’s why we contributed to the work of White Coat Waste to stop taxpayer-funded animal experimentation.Source: Erika Edwards, LUSH Cosmetics
Their goal is to cut taxpayer funded animal testing, the vast majority of which is appropriated to the National Institutes of Health.Source: For the Record, “Socialized Science”, The Blaze, 4/2/15
A watchdog group counts $12 billion in federal funds going annually toward animal experimentation.Source: US News and World Report, July 9. 2014
The controversial nature of government-backed animal testing has actually created an unlikely coalition of fiscal conservatives and animal rights activists who usually don’t share common ground.Source: The Daily Caller, October 5, 2013
Government is using our generation’s money to provide these grants. We’re providing the funding, but we’re not receiving any accountability for what these experiments are actually accomplishing. In fact, there’s increasing evidence that animal testing isn’t effective at all for creating new products or solutions for humans.Source: Generation Opportunity, July 8, 2015