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Enough hiding. Enough Ag-Gag. Farm animals shouldn’t suffer in secrecy.

More than 9 billion land animals are raised for food in the U.S. each year. Almost all of these animals come from inhumane, factory-like facilities. Animal agriculture is big business, and those at the top wield enormous power—enough power to twist our laws to their advantage.

In an attempt to prevent undercover investigations that reveal animal abuse at factory farms, the agriculture industry has introduced “ag-gag” bills across the country. These unconstitutional bills seek to silence and sometimes prosecute whistleblowers on farms, and have already passed into law in some states. Ag-gag threatens not only to cover up horrific animal abuse, but also food safety problems, environmental destruction and labor violations.

Pledge to advocate against ag-gag bills—we’ll email you if one pops up where you live—and get access to a U.S. map showing affected states and #OpenTheBarns images you can share on social media.

Enough hiding. Enough Ag-Gag. Farm animals shouldn’t suffer in secrecy.

More than 9 billion land animals are raised for food in the U.S. each year. Almost all of these animals come from inhumane, factory-like facilities. Animal agriculture is big business, and those at the top wield enormous power—enough power to twist our laws to their advantage.

In an attempt to prevent undercover investigations that reveal animal abuse at factory farms, the agriculture industry has introduced “ag-gag” bills across the country. These unconstitutional bills seek to silence and sometimes prosecute whistleblowers on farms, and have already passed into law in some states. Ag-gag threatens not only to cover up horrific animal abuse, but also food safety problems, environmental destruction and labor violations.

Pledge to advocate against ag-gag bills—we’ll email you if one pops up where you live—and get access to a U.S. map showing affected states and #OpenTheBarns images you can share on social media.

 
Enough hiding. Enough Ag-Gag. Farm animals shouldn’t suffer in secrecy.

More than 9 billion land animals are raised for food in the U.S. each year. Almost all of these animals come from inhumane, factory-like facilities. Animal agriculture is big business, and those at the top wield enormous power—enough power to twist our laws to their advantage.

In an attempt to prevent undercover investigations that reveal animal abuse at factory farms, the agriculture industry has introduced “ag-gag” bills across the country. These unconstitutional bills seek to silence and sometimes prosecute whistleblowers on farms, and have already passed into law in some states. Ag-gag threatens not only to cover up horrific animal abuse, but also food safety problems, environmental destruction and labor violations.

Pledge to advocate against ag-gag bills—we’ll email you if one pops up where you live—and get access to a U.S. map showing affected states and #OpenTheBarns images you can share on social media.