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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.
Maryland lawmakers reached a compromise on pit bull legislation.
Pit bull owners are taking their fight to keep their dogs and their homes to federal court.
Shelters and pit bull owners say they’re now feeling the effects of a controversial ruling that labeled pit bulls as inherently dangerous.
The final year of Robert M. Bell’s tenure as chief judge of Maryland’s top court began Friday, when he turned 69 in a state where the constitution requires jurists to retire at 70.
Marylanders can vote on whether to allow undocumented students to attend college at in-state tuition rates.
A toy poodle is killed by a pit bull in an Owings Mills townhouse community. The little dog’s owners are devastated. The attack refuels controversy over the pit bull breed and what some call a pattern of violence.
The decision to label pit bulls dangerous in Maryland has many dog owners upset. Now, lawmakers are looking into the controversial ruling.
Maryland lawmakers have been appointed to a task force to study the impact of a court ruling by the state’s highest court on pit bulls.
Maryland’s highest court is ordering a new trial for a prison escape artist convicted of killing a Hagerstown police officer in 1975.
The fight over the danger of pit bulls is raging on. A recent court ruling singles out the breed as more dangerous than other dogs. That’s causing problems for pit bull owners all over the state.
Maryland’s highest court has ruled against a former head of the state’s public defender office who was challenging her 2009 firing.