After Idaho, Utah's ag-gag legislation is the most obstructive in the country, prompting a broad coalition of animal activists to file a federal lawsuit challenging its constitutionality. The first person to be prosecuted under Utah's ag-gag law, Amy Meyer, was charged for recording what she saw behind fences at "Dale Smith Meatpacking Company."
There aren't any recent undercover investigations into factory farms in Kansas, even though the average hog farm houses approximately 10,000 pigs and the average dairy farm houses 3,600 cows. That's because the State has the oldest ag-gag law on the books, which prevents anyone from revealing essentially anything that goes on in a Kansas agricultural facility. This is a state where there are literally more cows than people!
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