Taking to the skies to circumvent “ag-gag” laws

If you eat meat produced in the United States, chances are the livestock spent at least part of its life at a confined animal feeding operation – or “factory farm.” As these enormous livestock feedlots have become more common, public oversight has weakened, largely thanks to so-called “Ag-Gag” laws. For more on the “ag-gag” and a creative way to work around it, I’m joined by investigative journalist, Will Potter, author of “Green is the New Red” and the driving force behind a crowd-funding campaign to monitor factory farms from the sky.


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