Ohio Committee To Consider Removing State BSL Language Tomorrow!
Editor’s note: I’m bumping up this post because this bill is in serious jeopardy of dying in committee unless it receives attention from Ohioans. Please, if you are a resident of Ohio, contact those on the House Committee on Infrastructure, Homeland Security, and Veterans Affairs and urge them to vote this bill out of committee.
From the AKC:
“The Ohio House of Representatives Infrastructure, Homeland Security, and Veterans Affairs Committee will consider House Bill 366 tomorrow, Wednesday, January 9th, at 2:30PM, in Room 114 at the State Capitol in Columbus. Sponsored by Representative Webster, the bill proposes to remove the current breed specific language from the definition of vicious dogs in state law.”
Read more about it here.
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