California Proposition 2
Proposition 2: Requires that an enclosure or tether confining specified farm animals allow the animals for the majority of every day to fully extend their limbs or wings, lie down, stand up, and turn around. Specified animals include calves raised for veal, egg-laying hens, and pregnant pigs. Exceptions made for transportation, rodeos, fairs, 4-H programs, lawful slaughter, research and veterinary purposes.
You know you wouldn’t want to sit in an office cube where you couldn’t stand up or stretch your arms, but this isn’t the only issue. Do you really want to drink milk from cows that are peeing and pooping on each other? Do you really want to eat meat from animals that require so many hormones and antibiotics because they are crapping on themselves all the time? If you answered anything other than NO, you deserve salmonella and dysentery in a cube you can’t get out of or even stretch in.