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Humane Pet Act To Ban Puppy Mills & Retail Sale Of Dogs & CatsThe Humane Pet Act came about after a pet store in Westminster was believed to have sold sick puppies from a puppy mill.
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Cosmetic Surgery Leaves Thornton Teen Brain Damaged, Mother 'Just Wants Daughter Back'A family has filed a lawsuit saying after their daughter suffered cardiac arrests and brain damage during cosmetic surgery, the medical professionals overseeing her care did not call 911 for more than five hours.

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