The Federation Files a Temporary Restraining Order and Lawsuit to end PG Breed Ban
April 28, 2014 -- GREENBELT, MARYLAND
On Friday, the Maryland Dog Federation filed a temporary restraining order and preliminary injunction to stop the enforcement of the county’s “pit bull ban”. If granted, it will require the county to immediately stop seizing dogs from their families simply for what they look like. A trial to permanently stop enforcement would follow to would eliminate the breed specific dog law throughout the county.
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The Dogs Have Their Day -- In Court
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On September 24, 2013, a private individual and the Maryland Dog Federation sued Prince George’s County’s Animal Management Division (PGCAMD) for failure to uphold the rights of people with disabilities and the unlawful enforcement of the dog breed ban.
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