Months after Missouri voters approved a measure that cracks down on what animal advocates say are some of the nation’s most notorious puppy mills, lawmakers are poised to repeal much of the law, saying the rules are too costly and punish legitimate dog-breeders who generate an estimated $1 billion annually in the state.
Animal advocates complain that elected officials essentially have overruled the will of the people, and they are prepared to put the issue on the ballot again next year.
Sunday, April 17, 2011
Missouri Lawmakers Repealing Puppy Mill Measure Approved by Voters
This is infuriating. Here's a link to the full story...