For more than a year, the Environmental Protection Agency has been flying over Nebraska feedlots looking for violations and possibly taking pictures of the businesses themselves.
There’s one problem; no one knew this type of surveillance was taking place. Until now.
That’s why Nebraska’s entire Congressional delegation has sent a letter to the head of the agency looking for answers.
One of the biggest questions: what are the pictures being used for and how are they stored.
Also is this only happening in Nebraska?
Read more at KHAS-TV. By Jeniffer Barry.
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