Missouri Politicians to DILUTE/ REPEAL Voice of Voters on Puppy Mills
- THIS IS ONE MAJOR REASON WHY POLITICIANS ARE SO DESPISED!
[Kansas City Star]
JEFFERSON CITY | Proposition B, the ballot issue voters approved
Tuesday placing new restrictions on Missouri dog breeders, could face
a challenge in the coming legislative session, lawmakers and others
Breeders and agricultural groups said they were formulating plans for
repealing or diluting the new law, and lawmakers in both legislative
chambers said they would support such measures.
“We will start working on that issue probably immediately,” said
Senator-elect Mike Parson, a Bolivar Republican whose district
includes more than 150 licensed breeding operations.
The new legislative session begins Jan. 5.
Prop B was sponsored by national animal rights groups to crack down on
“puppy mills” in the state — breeding operations that mistreat or
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