Factory Farmed Animals Win Some/Lose Some

PawsUpPawsPawsDown Up!
To a California legislator for withdrawing an “ag-gag” bill.

Paws Down!
To the Tennessee legislature for passing one.

"Ag-gag" laws are being considered in many states in order to provide protection for those that commit inhumane acts upon factory-farmed animals.

“Ag-gag” laws are being considered in many states in order to provide protection for those that commit inhumane acts upon factory-farmed animals.

“Ag-gag” laws are being considered in many states. These laws are meant to interfere with undercover investigations of factory farms. They end up protecting employers and employees of factory farms who are abusing the animals in their care. These laws also destroy freedom of speech and the public’s right to know what happens to animals raised and slaughtered for food.

According to a news story, the author of California’s ag-gag bill (AB 343) withdrew the bill. However Tennessee passed such a bill in both houses and has sent it to the governor for signature.

Take Action: Tennessee residents, contact your governor and urge him not to sign the Livestock Cruelty Prevention Act (HB 1191/SB 1248).
California residents, let your legislators know you are not in favor of any bill that interferes with the pursuit of truth in the factory farm industry.

One Response to “Factory Farmed Animals Win Some/Lose Some”

  1. parodee Says:

    Gov. Haslam in TN vetoed the bill this past week.


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