A series of public hearings began today for legislation that would repeal, amend, and place exemptions on Proposition B.
Missouri voters narrowly approved the measure in November.
A high-profile supporter of Missouri's new dog-breeding law is meeting with lawmakers to discourage them from repealing the voter-approved initiative.
The law limits the number of dogs a breeder may have and how frequently they can be bred. It also requires animals be provided veterinary care and given outdoor access.
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