Don't Let Ag-gag Bills Hide Animal Cruelty

In recent years, whistleblowing employees have repeatedly exposed animal abuse, food safety threats, unsafe working conditions, and environmental problems at industrial agriculture operations. Unfortunately, the agricultural industry has introduced "anti-whistleblower" bills in an attempt to hide animal cruelty and prevent the American public from finding out about the abuses in the first place.

These bills would criminalize undercover investigators doing important work, such as our very own Cody Carlson, who went undercover to capture footage at four different factory farms -- including two in Iowa -- where there already is an "Ag-Gag" law in place. Cody witnessed horrible abuse and found that workers had absolutely no regard for the animals' well-being. Watch as Rev. Al Sharpton, Wayne Pacelle, and Cody Carlson discuss Ag-Gag laws on MSNBC.

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1. Fight the anti-whistleblower "ag-gag" bills on behalf of animals to reveal exactly what agribusiness is trying to hide: animal abuse, food safety threats, unsafe working conditions, and environmental problems at industrial agriculture operations.

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