Hall County, Nebraska Considers Breed-Specific Ordinance for “Pit Bulls”

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In Breed-Specific Legislation
Aug 10th, 2008
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From Nebraska.TV:

“…Hall County officials have not used the word “ban” regarding pit bulls, but do say they want the animals regulated in some way.

…But some pit bull owners say any measure targeting the breed is unfair to responsible pit bull owners.

Catie Sanders owns four pit bulls and says they should not be singled out as vicious.

The Hall County Supervisors plan to take up the issue at their next meeting after consulting lawyers.”

Read this article in its entirety here.

Please contact Hall County Supervisors via the assistant to the Board of Supervisors or the Hall County Clerk at the following e-mail addresses and politely inform them that breed-specific legislation in any form is ineffective and unenforceable:

Stacey Ruzika, Board Assistant
staceyr@hallcountyne.gov

Marla Conley, Hall County Clerk
marlac@hallcountyne.gov

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