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Olivia Munn Explores Puppy Mill Proposition On 'The Daily Show'

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Last week on The Daily Show, actress/comedian Olivia Munn investigated one of America’s most “adorable industries”: puppies.

In the segment, Munn travels to Missouri to explore how residents are reacting to Proposition B — legislation passed last week that is seeking to end puppy mill abuses by establishing common sense standards for the proper care of dogs.

Like all Daily Show features, this one was pretty darn hysterical…and a little frightening.

Munn interveiws Anita Andrews, Director of Alliance for Truth, who’s against the legislation and believes it’s tantamount to Obama’s health care plan.

“They’re expecting all the breeders to pay for exorbitant amounts of care that are not needed, like adequate food, adequate water, adequate space.”

Wait, what?!

The director continues, “Animal rights activists want to prohibit stacking, yet we stack humans…we stack humans in apartments all the times in all the cities.”

Munn points out that while humans do in fact live in apartments, they don’t generally defecate on the heads of their downstairs neighbors.

Check out the segment below. We’re pretty sure it will make you even happier that Prop B was passed!

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