Bill mandating larger cages for egg-laying hens advances in Oregon

05/26/2011 | National Public Radio

Oregon state senators have approved a bill mandating that the state's three large egg-producing operations provide their egg-laying hens with larger cages over the next 15 years. The measure, which is said to represent a compromise between animal welfare advocates and the egg producers, will go to the state House for further consideration.

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