ALBANY – The state Senate on Tuesday voted to stop the selling of dogs, cats and rabbits in pet stores, ending what some state lawmakers and animal advocates say was a “puppy-mill-to-pet-store pipeline.”
The bill, touted earlier this year before the coronavirus pandemic derailed the work of lawmakers, was approved Tuesday evening amid a flurry of legislation being acted on this week tackling outstanding bills and expanding protections and provisions dealing with COVID-19 and the upcoming general election.
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