July 1, 2016


S. 162 was introduced in 2013.

If enacted, the bill would have prohibited “agricultural facility fraud,” defined as knowingly obtaining access to an agricultural facility by false pretenses, or making a knowingly false statement or representation as part of an application to be employed at an agricultural facility, with the intent to commit an act the person knows is not authorized by the facilities owner.

S. 162 was not enacted.

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