Senator Brian Munzlinger Urges the Governor to Sign Senate Bill 113

Senator Brian Munzlinger Urges the
Governor to Sign Senate Bill 113

Jefferson
City — State Sen. Brian Munzlinger,
R-Williamstown, is asking the governor to sign legislation that would make
changes to new laws created by Proposition B.

“I am urging the governor to
sign Senate
Bill 113
to provide some stability to the thousands of Missourians and their
employees who make their living in the dog breeding industry,” Sen. Munzlinger
said. “These Missourians should not be worried about an unfunded mandate,
unenforceable regulations and perhaps even the unconstitutional petition of
Proposition B. Now that the governor has joined in looking for a common-sense
solution, I am urging him to sign Senate Bill 113 so we can work together for
Missouri’s animal agriculture industry.”

The Missouri House passed
Senate Bill 113 last week and sent the measure to the governor for his
signature. Yesterday, the governor’s office announced that a deal had been
struck with varying groups for a new approach to dog breeding laws in Missouri,
which they hope would supersede the provisions of SB 113.