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Massachusetts voters overwhelmingly approved a ballot measure Tuesday to allow for more spacious cages for chickens, pigs and calves. The legislation, approved by 78% of voters in the state, prohibits farms from confining any egg-laying hen, breeding pig or calf raised for veal in a way that prevents the animal from “lying down, standing up, fully extending its limbs, or turning around freely.” (Washington Post)

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