Missouri puppy mills face new restrictions By Adam Allington & Kelsey Proud • Feb 4, 2011 TweetShareGoogle+Email (Photo by: Hamed Saber, Flickr Creative Commons) Missouri voters passed a ballot measure in November for tougher rules on dog breeders. Now the Missouri legislature is attempting to overturn the vote. Check out the story from our own Adam Allington featured on Marketplace this morning. Tags: Proposition BMarketplace Morning ReportPuppy MillsDog BreedingTweetShareGoogle+EmailView the discussion thread. Related Content Mo. Senate panel OKs changes to dog breeding law By The Associated Press & Kelsey Proud • Jan 27, 2011 A Missouri Senate panel has given its approval to a bill changing the state law for dog breeders. The Senate agriculture committee endorsed legislation Thursday that would modify a ballot measure, known as "Prop. B," approved by voters in November. The bill would delete the limit of 50 dogs per breeder and give licensed breeders up to 180 days to correct serious violations before they face criminal charges. Humane Society leader defends Mo. dog-breeding law By The Associated Press & Kelsey Proud • Jan 12, 2011 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.