Nassau Puppy Mill Bills Become Political Football

Thursday, 11 September 2014 19:11
July 30, 2014
Publication: Long Island Press
Summary: Two Nassau County lawmakers running against each other for higher office have proposed bills aimed at preventing the sale of dogs from abusive “puppy mills,” turning the issue into a political football. This article mentions CAPS New York Director Barbara Dennihy.


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