US Elections: 59% Vote NO For Tougher Puppy Farming Law

The tough new laws and limitations on Missouri dog breeders found in Proposition B were trailing at the polls late Tuesday night.

With about half of precincts reporting, about 59 percent of voters had voted “no” on the so-called “Puppy Mill Cruelty Prevention Act.”

The returns were largely from rural areas, where opposition to the measure was strongest.

Prop B would limit the number of breeding dogs allowed in a breeding operation, increase space requirements for animal enclosures and expand requirements for veterinary care.

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