S. 5172 was introduced in 2011.
If enacted, the bill would have created the crime of “unlawful tampering with a farm animal,” defined in part as “interference with a . . . farm through . . . unauthorized video, audio recording, or photography done without he farm owner’s written consent.”
S. 5172 lapsed in the Agricultural Committee in 2012.
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