Chris Green

Harvard Law School

Guest

Executive Director of the Animal Law and Policy Program at Harvard Law School

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In November, voters in Massachusetts will be asked whether the state should ban the sale of eggs, pork products or veal from animals that are too tightly confined within cages.

Massachusetts' Battle over "Cage Free" Eggs

In November, voters in Massachusetts will be asked whether the state should ban the sale of eggs, pork products or veal from animals that are too tightly confined within cages.

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