Missouri Senate proves voters’ voices don’t count, moves to gut puppy mill bill

The Missouri Senate cares more about dog breeders than dogs. We’ve established that. But Tuesday, the Missouri Senate pushed forward on gutting the voter-approved Puppy Mill Cruelty Prevention Act, according to the St. Louis Post-Dispatch.

Just because you voted for it doesn’t mean Missouri lawmakers are going to let it happen. What do you think this is, a democracy? Even if the bill is something as sensible as providing things like “necessary veterinary care” or removing “feces”

from drinking water, Missouri lawmakers (read: Republicans) are going to do everything they can to protect dog breeders.

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