Green Is The New Red
Kentucky is the latest state to consider “ag-gag” legislation, which would make it illegal to photograph animal cruelty on farms and slaughterhouses. The was introduced just weeks after a Kentucky pig factory investigation.
A diverse coalition of organizations and journalist Will Potter have filed a lawsuit to strike down Idaho’s new “ag-gag” law as unconstitutional.
Idaho’s dairy industry is trying to rush through a new law making it illegal to expose animal welfare violations, like this recent investigation by Mercy For Animals.
“Ag-gag” laws targeting undercover investigators are being exported to other countries.
Check out this fantastic column in the Chattanooga Times Free Press about ag-gag laws and Will Potter’s lecture.
In yet another blow to the ag industry’s attempts to silence whistleblowers, the charges against Taylor Radig have been dropped.
An interview with Taylor Radig, an undercover investigator who is being charged with animal cruelty for documenting animal cruelty at a cattle company.
An undercover investigator for Compassion Over Killing is being charged with animal cruelty after filming animal abuse of newborn calves.
Fur farmers saw people taking photographs of animals, and pursued them in a high-speed chase. The cameras kept rolling.
Animal protection groups and journalists including Will Potter challenge Utah’s ag-gag law in landmark lawsuit.
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