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May 27, 2016 · Greensboro, North Carolina

Update: N.C. Senate won't consider "puppy mill" bill in 2014

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Posted: Monday, January 27, 2014 6:14 pm

RALEIGH — The North Carolina Senate doesn't plan to consider dog-breeding regulations later this year after its leaders took offense about the disclosure of a conversation recorded by community activists with a senator, who gave frank comments about the legislation.

Senate Rules Committee Chairman Tom Apodaca alleged Monday that the participants of a private conversation with Sen. Bill Rabon, R-Brunswick, were using their recording to try to force senators into passing the bill that passed the House last year. Apodaca said the conversation was secretly recorded, but a person in the meeting disagreed.

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