by J. D. Heyes, Natural News:
Some politicians in Indiana are looking to circumvent full disclosure and the First Amendment with legislation that would ban undercover videos at food processing plants and farms.
According to Indianapolis TV station WTHR, any videos that would show claims of illegal or inhumane treatment of animals – videos which are most often shot secretly – would become illegal under the new bill.
“The videos, often shot with undercover cameras, lead to changes and highlight serious concerns about the health of the food we eat,” the station said in its online report.
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