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OKLAHOMA CITY, OK -- The so-called Puppy Mill Bill has passed an Oklahoma Senate committee by a vote of 15-to-4. House Bill 1332 is designed to crack down on puppy mill owners.
It would require dog and cat breeders who sell more than 25 animals a year to be licensed and regulated. The bill has drawn criticism from breeders who say they'll be unfairly punished by the new law.
The bill now moves to the Oklahoma Senate floor for a final vote.