February 24, 2016

Kansas

Criminalizes trespassing on an animal facility to take pictures or video.

This law makes it a crime to enter a non-public animal facility, without the effective consent of the owner, and, with the intent to damage the enterprise conducted at the animal facility, to take pictures by photograph, video camera, or any other means. Violation of the law can result in misdemeanor charges.

This law was enacted in 1990.

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