Protest held against law that protects puppy mills

A protest going on in Tempe today, people upset about a new law for adopting pets in Arizona.
Not too long ago the cities of Phoenix and Tempe created laws blocking animals stores from selling anything but rescued dogs and cats.
Governor Doug Ducey recently overturned that law With a statewide measure allowing stores to sell dogs from puppy breeders and mills.
That law goes into effect today.
"The ordinances passed by city of phoenix and tempe threatened to put businesses--like ours, who get their puppies from professional, commercial breeder--out of business," said Linda Nofer, director of marketing at Puppies and Love, Animal Kingdom Pet Stores.
Those protesting say it doesn't matter if the breeders are FDA approved; the animals are still not treated well.
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