There appears to be no end to the clamor over the Missouri legislature's efforts to repair or rescind the statute called for in Proposition B, the "Puppy Mill Cruelty Prevention Act." The St. Louis Post-Dispatch and the Kansas City Star editorial pages have both come down on the side of those who are extremely vocal in their beliefs that the will of the people — a majority of whom voted in favor of Proposition B — is sacrosanct and should be left to stand as written.
J. KARL MILLER: Prop. B debate has historical context
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