Ohio’s HB 14 Would Remove “Pit Bulls” from Definition of “Vicious Dog” in State Law
Finally, Ohio is realizing that the dogs they call “pit bull” are no different than any other breed (though “pit bull” is not a breed). Last week Representative Barbara Sears introduced HB 14 which would remove “pit bulls” from the state’s “vicious dog” definition. You can track the bill’s progress here. HB 14 is currently in the House Criminal Justice Committee.
If you live in Ohio, please contact your representative and ask them to support this bill.
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