The Hawaii Senate Judiciary Committee has approved a bill that would set restrictions on large-scale commercial dog breeders in an effort to clamp down on puppy mills. The measure, which will go for a full Senate vote, would limit to 50 the number of canines allowed per facility and make sure that female dogs are bred no more than twice in an 18-month period.

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