Thursday, March 10, 2011

Missouri Puppy Mills: Senate Votes to Gut Prop B Today

Its official.  The Missouri Senate voted to repeal all the core provisions of Prop B, the Puppy Mill Cruelty Prevention Act. 

This morning, Thursday, March 10, the MO Senate voted to pass out Senate Substitute Bill 113 which guts all major provisions of Prop B.  Prop B, which was passed by the voters last November, provides essential protections for dogs housed in large commercial breeding operations.  

This bill now moves to the Missouri House which could votes on this attempt to reverse Prop B as early as next week.  According to the Missouri Alliance for Animal Legislation, it does not look favorable in the MO House at this time.  

If you live in Missouri, contact your Legislator NOW.

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