Oklahoma puppy-mill legislation heads to governor

04/30/2010 | Tulsa World (Okla.)

A bill in Oklahoma that seeks to regulate commercial pet breeders with at least 11 female animals capable of breeding passed the state Senate on Thursday. The bill, which will go to the governor's desk for signing, would also establish an eight-member board to devise licensing regulations and set penalties for violators.

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