Puppy mills are at the center of petitions for a proposed amendment to the Ohio constitution.
The Ohio Attorney General's office has just certified the petition for a proposed constitutional amendment to prevent puppy mills.
A petition from the group "Stop Puppy Mills Ohio" was given to the AG's office with the necessary one-thousand valid signatures.
Next up, the Ohio Ballot Board determines whether there's one issue, or more than one. Then, the group must canvas the state and collect a little more than 305,000 signatures to be placed on a future ballot.
However, "Stop Puppy Mills Ohio" doesn't have any photos, names or direct contact information on their website. They also have no mention of which ballot - primary, general or what year - on which they're requesting placement.