Two state lawmakers are hoping to crack down on puppy mills in Pennsylvania.

Rep. Jason Ortitay and Sen. Guy Reschenthaler are sponsoring a bill which they say will make the puppy market “more humane.”

The legislation aims to have pet stores partner with shelters and rescues to promote adoption and decrease the demand for animals raised in puppy mills.

A York County woman who has rescued puppy mill dogs says… Read the full story here: