Out-of-state donors back Missouri ballot measure on dog breeders

09/14/2010 | Kansas City Star (Mo.), The

A campaign to regulate dog-breeding operations in Missouri has raised most of its contributions from out-of-state interests, the Associated Press reports. More than 90% of the money going to back a November ballot measure has come from individuals and organizations based outside Missouri. "There are people across the country that are impacted by what we're doing to dogs and pets here," said Barbara Schmitz, campaign manager for Missourians for the Protection of Dogs.

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