The Truth Behind Ag-Gag

PETA’s investigations, including a 2008 investigation into a Hormel supplier in Iowa and others like it, have prompted a relentless industry backlash in the form of “ag-gag” bills in nearly two dozen states. The aim of such bills is to…

The Truth Behind Ag-Gag

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PETA’s investigations, including a 2008 investigation into a Hormel supplier in Iowa and others like it, have prompted a relentless industry backlash in the form of “ag-gag” bills in nearly two dozen states. The aim of such bills is to outlaw undercover investigations on factory farms and in slaughterhouses—a case of criminally blaming the messenger instead of the actual perpetrators of cruelty.

Don’t let big ag sweep animal abuse under the rug. Go to http://PETA.org/Ag-Gag to learn how you can help.

PETA’s mission statement is that animals are not ours to experiment on, eat, wear, use for entertainment, or abuse in any other way: https://www.peta.org/about-peta/

The website the meat industry doesn’t want you to see: https://www.meat.org/

How to go vegan: https://how-to-go-vegan.peta.org/

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