‘Ag gag’ legislation undercuts First Amendment

‘Ag gag’ legislation undercuts First Amendment

Ken Paulson

Indianapolis Star

Imagine Upton Sinclair with an iPhone.

Sinclair went undercover in 1904 to document squalid conditions in Chicago’s meatpacking plants, leading to his muckraking novel The Jungle. His reporting led to new public health laws two years later. In today’s social media world, Upton’s expose would have gone viral. Sure, we would have lost a classic book, but just consider the retweets.

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