• Michigan Senate Votes To End Breed Bans Statewide

    11 monthes ago - By iHeart Dogs

    A Michigan bill to prohibit local governments from dictating breed specific legislations has taken another step towards becoming a law with a 22-13 vote from the Senate chamber.
    Supporters of Senate Bill 239 say breed restrictions violate the property rights of dog owners, and banning specific breeds has not proven effective in preventing dog bites.
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