Laws divide food-animal industry, activists

02/7/2013 | ABC News

Five states have enacted laws meant to block people from entering livestock production facilities under false pretenses to record undercover video documenting the treatment of animals. Other states are considering similar legislation. Proponents of the laws say people who enter livestock production sites using lies and deception are violating the operators' rights. Opponents say the laws infringe upon their right to free speech and are meant to cloak questionable practices.

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