10 UnCandid cameras.

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By overriding the veto of Governor Pat McCrory (R), North Carolina lawmakers made their state the eighth to enact a so-called "ag-gag" law, which bans undercover recordings on farms and in slaughterhouses--a technique long used by whistle-blowers to reveal illicit activity. The Tar Heel law goes further than others, though, because it covers all of the state's workplaces, including nursing homes, day care centers and veterans' facilities. Violators can be sued by businesses for "bad publicity" and...

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