an example, numerous states have passed laws protecting mother dogs
trapped inside puppy mills, yet this would be repealed by King’s
Thankfully, the Senate doesn’t have this
dangerous language in its version of the farm bill. Oklahoma Rep. Frank
Lucas, R-Cheyenne, who is likely to be in the bill’s conference
committee, must work to ensure that King’s language doesn’t make it into
the final bill when the House and Senate combine wording.
compassionate Oklahomans, let’s encourage him to do the right thing by
urging him to oppose King’s amendment to the 2013 farm bill.
—Bob Ingersoll & Katelynn Stepien, Norman