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November 24, 2010

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Thanks, Gene. I agree that video monitoring should be mandatory and transparent to investigators and consumers alike.

In year one of the Humane Research Council's Animal Tracker (2008, when Farm Sanctuary was a co-sponsor), 82% of U.S. adults say they support anti-cruelty investigations and only 6% oppose them.

We'll be repeating this question in the fourth year of the Animal Tracker, which will launch in early 2011. For more information, please visit this page on HRC's website.

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