Ag-Gag Law is Now Prosecuting Activists

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Twenty-five year-old Amy Meyer was being prosecuted for allegedly recording cellphone video showing the butchering of cows at a slaughterhouse in Utah. The country’s first ever attempt at prosecuting someone under “Ag-Gag” laws was dropped on Tuesday, however, after prosecutors in Meyer’s case found out she recorded the footage from public property. So what does this mean for similar laws? Will Potter, independent journalist and author of Green Is the New Red, explains how the publicity in this case could threaten the enforcement of Ag-Gag legislation.

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