Mo. legislature OKs farm photography ban

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Jefferson City, Mo. - The Missouri House of Representatives passed a measure to make it a criminal act to take pictures of animals in barns, agricultural or research facilities, or animal breeding places, without an owner's approval.

Jefferson City, Mo. - The Missouri House of Representatives passed a measure to make it a criminalact to take pictures of animals in barns, agricultural or researchfacilities, or animal breeding places, without an owner's approval.

Photographers could be sentenced to up to one year in prison anda $1,000 fine.

The measure was added to an agriculture bill and has beenreferred to the Senate.

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