New Jersey is about to ban puppy mills. Lawmakers have passed a bill that would make large-scale commercial dog-breeding facilities illegal. Many have been cited for selling sick puppies to pet stores, over the Internet, and through animal brokers. The bill revises the state's Pet Purchase Protection Act which requires pet shops to disclose the origins of the cats and dogs they sell. The Humane Society says ten-thousand puppy mills produce more than two-million puppies sold each year in the U.S.