In the ad, the taxpayer watchdog group criticizes the killing of thousands of healthy kittens over the past 40 years at a Maryland USDA lab-funded with your tax dollars.
SCOTT TAYLOR: ‘A new development is happening in the battle to stop the USDA from killing healthy kittens at a Maryland research lab. White Coat Waste Project, a D.C.-based taxpayers watchdog group, just filed a lawsuit against the state of Maryland after it was told it couldn’t put ads protesting the experiments on public buses and trains. It just got a big fat no from the Maryland Department of Transportation and the Regional Transportation Agency of Central Maryland.
In June, the group made the request to place five posters on MARC trains and others on RTA buses. In the lawsuit, White Coat claims MDOT said the ad would be considered objectionable and or controversial; plus, it depicts or describes violence… In the ad, the taxpayer watchdog group criticizes the killing of thousands of healthy kittens over the past 40 years at a Maryland USDA lab-funded with your tax dollars… “Maryland is unfortunately ground zero for taxpayer-funded kitten torture and people riding the buses and trains have a right to know about it,” said Justin Goodman with White Coat Waste Project’. SOURCE…