Sen. Blumenthal pushes for 'Goldie's Law' to hold animal abusers accountable

Sen. Richard Blumenthal says he's pushing for a new federal law that would target federally-licensed commercial breeding facilities for dogs known as "puppy mills.”

News 12 Staff

Apr 2, 2024, 10:42 AM

Updated 11 days ago

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Sen. Richard Blumenthal says he's pushing for a new federal law that would target federally-licensed commercial breeding facilities for dogs known as "puppy mills.”
Sen. Blumenthal says the “Goldie's Law” legislation would force "the U.S. Department of Agriculture to take stronger action against these abusive industrial scale breeders and dealers of puppies who are physically abusing them and then selling them to consumers here in Connecticut."
If enacted, it would help rescue animals from unsafe conditions and hold abusers accountable on the federal level.


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