Iowa’s “ag gag” law back in court
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Just two months after a federal judge struck down Iowa’s 2012 law that made undercover investigations of ag operations illegal, the Iowa legislature passed another, similar bill. And predictably, animal rights activists filed suit to stop it.
The latest lawsuit filed Monday in U.S. District Court in Des Moines claims the new law, which became effective the day Reynolds signed it, violates constitutional free speech and due process rights and is unconstitutionally vague and overly broad, reports WQAD television in Des Moines.
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