WyoFile’s Gregory Nickerson talked with KHOL 89.1’s Brielle Schaeffer about Wyoming’s controversial new “data trespass” law. While some say it would criminalize activities such as taking photographs in Yellowstone National Park, Nickerson explains that the aim of the law appears to be to curtail groups opposed to public lands grazing.

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