NJ State Senator “Sonny” McCullough Wants “Pit Bulls” Muzzled in Public Despite NJ’s Prohibition of Breed-Specific Legislation

By Editor
In BSL
Sep 10th, 2007
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From NBC 40 in New Jersey:

“Responding to what he says has been a number of recent unprovoked attacks by the breed, State Senator “Sonny” McCullough announced new legislation Thursday, that would allow municipalities to require muzzles on pit bulls, or pit bull mixes, ‘There is what’s called a vicious dog bill that’s already in place, this just gives a little more teeth to the bill’.”

Please contact Sen. McCullough and politely tell him that breed-specific legislation is prohibited in the state of New Jersey and that breed-specific legislation in any form is ineffective and unenforceable.

One Response to “NJ State Senator “Sonny” McCullough Wants “Pit Bulls” Muzzled in Public Despite NJ’s Prohibition of Breed-Specific Legislation”

  1. Caveat says:

    I commented on this a couple of days ago.

    These guys are seriously hurting for some factual information and rational ideas.

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