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Senate gives final approval to a new crackdown on puppy mills

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The Wisconsin Senate unanimously approved a bill Thursday that cracks down on puppy mills where dogs are sold after being raised in unhealthy conditions. The bill requires dog breeders with 25 or more animals to be licensed and they would have to meet state health and safety standards.

Critics say Wisconsin say has become a magnet for large scale puppy mills, because it's one of the few states which don't regulate breeders.

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