Reynolds signs ‘Ag Gag 2.0’ into law after first one struck down
BPC Staff Mar 15, 2019 | 4:27 pm
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Iowa Public Radio: Iowa Gov. Kim Reynolds signed a bill into law Thursday that critics are calling “Ag Gag 2.0” just two months after a federal judge struck down a similar law as unconstitutional. The law creates a specific trespass crime for a person who lies to get into an agricultural facility with the intent to cause financial or physical damage. It would allow the prosecution of people who go undercover to investigate livestock operations, slaughterhouses and puppy mills.
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