Homeland security

A law (formerly S.B. 67) approved in Ohio makes it illegal for anyone to use an agricultural product or equipment to intimidate or coerce a civilian population, influence the policy of any government through intimidation or coercion, affect the conduct of any government, or interfere with agricultural processes to diminish consumer confidence or agricultural production. Raising or providing funds for such a venture is a felony, as is concealing a plan or planning an escape after committing such an act.



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