All Maryland dog owners would be equally liable if their dogs bite someone but also would have a chance to defend themselves in court under a bill approved by the Maryland General Assembly on Thursday.
After a pit bull bit two boys in Clinton, Md., Monday, Prince George’s County Police have arrested the dog’s owner for violating the county’s pit bull ban.
A measure to change a court ruling that designated pit bulls as an “inherently dangerous” breed has died in the Maryland General Assembly.
The Maryland House of Delegates has passed a measure to change the impact of a court ruling that designated pit bulls as an “inherently dangerous” breed.
The Maryland Senate and the House of Delegates appear to be headed for a showdown on how to address a court ruling that pit bulls are “inherently dangerous.”
A bill that would reverse the designation of pit bulls as an “inherently dangerous” breed of dog moved one step closer to being passed by the Maryland House of Delegates.
Supporters of changing Maryland law to address a court ruling that singled out pit bulls as an “inherently dangerous” breed are scheduled to rally in Maryland.
A Maryland lawmaker says a compromise measure has been worked out to address a court ruling that pit bulls are an “inherently dangerous” breed.
A Maryland lawmaker Curtis Anderson (D-Baltimore City) says he expects a bill addressing a court ruling that defines pit bulls as “inherently dangerous” will be introduced in this month’s special session.