Bill to stop agriculture whistle-blowers advances

Opponents say proposal could prevent groups from reporting abuse

TREVOR BROWN/Wyoming Tribune Eagle
CHEYENNE -- A bill that would prevent activists from launching undercover investigations aimed at exposing animal-cruelty cases in Wyoming has cleared its first hurdle in the state House. Members … More
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