Boston Public Radio's series of debates on the ballot questions facing voters this November continues with Question 3, which proposes banning the sale in Massachusetts of meat or eggs from hens, calves, and pigs that are confined and unable to move around. Previously, the debates have covered Question 1 on expanding gambling in the state, and Question 2 on raising the cap on charter schools.

On both sides of the discussion, we were joined by: Paul Shapiro, vice president of farm animal protection for theHumane Society, who supports the question, and Diane Sullivan, campaign director for Citizens Against Food Tax Injustice. She opposes the ballot initiative. 

To hear the discussion, tune into Boston Public Radio above.