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Investigative Timeline

Keith Dane, Director of Equine Protection for HSUS, talks about the undercover investigation of abuse at the stable of a prominent trainer of Tennessee Walking Horses....

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Ag-Gag Update

An undercover investigator for the Humane Society of the United States exposed abuse of Tennessee Walking Horses. So-called "ag-gag" laws written to protect agricultural operations from the prying eyes of outsiders would stifle similar clandestine investigations. ...

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