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Enough hiding. Farm animals shouldn’t suffer in secrecy.

More than 9 billion land animals are raised for food in the U.S. each year. Animal agriculture is big business, and this industry wields enormous power—enough power to construct our laws to their advantage.

Eager to cover up shocking animal abuse and terrible conditions at factory farms, the agriculture industry pushes for the passage of anti-transparency bills. They take many forms, from unconstitutional “ag-gag” bills, which seek to silence and sometimes prosecute whistleblowers, to “right to farm” bills that strip communities and ordinary people of their rights. These bills, and other similar ones, have already become law in multiple states.

Enough hiding. Farm animals shouldn’t suffer in secrecy.

More than 9 billion land animals are raised for food in the U.S. each year. Animal agriculture is big business, and this industry wields enormous power—enough power to construct our laws to their advantage.

Eager to cover up shocking animal abuse and terrible conditions at factory farms, the agriculture industry pushes for the passage of anti-transparency bills. They take many forms, from unconstitutional “ag-gag” bills, which seek to silence and sometimes prosecute whistleblowers, to “right to farm” bills that strip communities and ordinary people of their rights. These bills, and other similar ones, have already become law in multiple states.

Enough hiding. Farm animals shouldn’t suffer in secrecy.

More than 9 billion land animals are raised for food in the U.S. each year. Animal agriculture is big business, and this industry wields enormous power—enough power to construct our laws to their advantage.

Eager to cover up shocking animal abuse and terrible conditions at factory farms, the agriculture industry pushes for the passage of anti-transparency bills. They take many forms, from unconstitutional “ag-gag” bills, which seek to silence and sometimes prosecute whistleblowers, to “right to farm” bills that strip communities and ordinary people of their rights. These bills, and other similar ones, have already become law in multiple states.

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