The judge refused a motion for an injunction by People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals, KFDI-FM, Wichita, reported. PETA argued its right to free speech was being curbed by a requirement that the video be shown in such a way that it could not be seen by casual passersby, including children.
PETA, which has reserved a booth at the state fair, has a video that includes graphic scenes shot inside a slaughterhouse.
U.S. District Judge J. Thomas Marten said Tuesday he found the board acted reasonably with a "minimal restriction" to protect people who did not want to see the video from having graphic images forced on them.
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