Oklahoma Senate rejects 1 puppy-mill bill, will consider a 2nd

04/21/2010 | Oklahoman (Oklahoma City), The

A measure rejected this week by the Oklahoma Senate would have allowed pet breeders to voluntarily comply with new licensing requirements. Senators will consider a tougher version of the bill, aimed at stamping out puppy mills, that would require mandatory licensing for breeders.

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