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First Ag-Gag charges brought… and then dropped

A Utah woman this week was the first to arrested and faces charges under the state's new so-called "ag-gag" laws, aimed to protect factory farms from whistleblowers. As Will Potter reported on Green is the New Red, Amy Meyer, standing on public land, filmed with her smartphone what she believed to be a sick, live cow being towed away from a slaughterhouse. Via Potter: