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When Missouri voters approved a law in November to regulate the state's lucrative dog-breeding industry, breeders — such as Hubert Lavy, who runs Tenderheart Kennels in Silex, Mo. — argued that it would devastate their businesses. With lawmakers poised to repeal many of the restrictions, animal advocates pledge to get it back on the ballot next year. (Associated Press)

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