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The founder of a nonprofit that aids animal causes in Brunswick County says a last-minute amendment has significantly watered down efforts to regulate puppy mills in North Carolina.
Janie Withers, founder and director of Paws-Ability, a nonprofit that raises funds for animal issues in the county, says N.C. House Bill 930 approved last week had already been watered down, then an amendment was added that diluted it even more.
“With a bill this weak, maybe even the North Carolina Senate will vote for it,” Withers said last week.
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