IDAHO is appealing an August 2015 decision striking down its "ag-gag" law, which was signed into law in March 2014. A district court said the law violated the first and 14th amendments.
Idaho's law was designed to protect farmers from animal activists seeking to conduct video surveillance, obtain records or gain employment with the intent to cause economic harm.
Idaho's law was the seventh of its kind nationally, with recent
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