Thursday, November 27, 2014
Inquirer Daily News

Puppy Mill Problems

READER POLL

Is Pennsylvania’s 2008 law aimed at shutting down puppy mills strong enough?

Yes, Gov. Rendell worked with animal-rights folks to get it right
 
  29 (13.5%)
No, too many pet operations are still mistreating animals
 
  105 (48.8%)
Yes, law is adequate, but Corbett administration isn't enforcing it
 
  62 (28.8%)
No, stronger law would make up for enforcement lapses
 
  64 (29.8%)
Total votes = 215
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Puppy-mill law debate turned into dog fight


Letters to the Editor
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Rich Fortino writes that many elections are being influenced by noncitizen voters. Could he explain the mechanics of just how that happens?