The 2015 Biosecurity Bill, which passed through the Upper House of NSW parliament last night, will give officers from the Department of Primary Industries significantly more power to manage perceived threats to pests, diseases and contaminants in the agriculture industry. It’s been largely welcomed by farmers but animal rights organisations are concerned the Bill has the potential to silence activists who are trying to expose animal cruelty.

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