Originally published in The Washington Post by Will Coggin on March 22, 2021: As the Maryland Legislature attempts to fit in bills during the pandemic, lawmakers are trying to make room for cats and dogs. Animal activists are pushing a bill, Senate Bill 103, titled the No More Puppy — and Kitten — Mills Act of […]
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