Across the nation, states have enacted “Ag-gag” laws that criminalize various types of investigations into animal cruelty and worker abuses in the chain of animal agriculture. This article divides the types of “ag-gag” statutes into four waves with varying degrees of protection for farmers and corporations engaged in animal agriculture. Next, this article analyzes Animal Legal Defense Fund v. Otter, in which an Idaho judge struck down an “ag-gag” statute, and applies its holding to the various waves of “ag-gag” statutes.
"ALDF v. Otter: What does it mean for other State’s “Ag-gag” Laws?,"
Journal of Food Law & Policy: Vol. 13
, Article 23.
Available at: http://scholarworks.uark.edu/jflp/vol13/iss1/23