Saturday's story about the end of a bill to regulate commercial dog breeders in the state brought lots of letters. Here's the lead to the story in case you missed it. You can read the rest here: "A bill aimed at combating puppy mills by regulating commercial dog breeders in the state has failed for the second straight year, in part due to opposition from an industry that doesn't deal in dogs: the state's pork producers."
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