The City Council in Elizabethtown, Kentucky voted on the “Humane Pet Store Ordinance,” which reportedly passed, though the meeting minutes and enacted ordinance have not yet been made available publicly. The new ordinance reportedly prohibits the retail sales of dogs and cats in pet stores and in public areas such as parking lots and flea markets.

[To accompany Legislative Update "Elizabethtown, Kentucky Becomes First Municipality in the State to Ban Retail Pet Sales" from Brooks Animal Law Digest Issue No. 115.]

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