Wichita, Kansas 2021-06-11 11:37:50 –
Overland Park, Kansas (AP) — Some residents of Overland Park, a suburb of Kansas City, are calling on the city to abolish the 16-year-old ordinance banning pitbulls.
KCUR-FM reports that 25 people spoke at a meeting of the Overland Park City Council on Wednesday.
All but one speaker supported the abolition of the ordinance. Some speakers quoted the subjectivity in defining the pitbull.
By city ordinance, overland park rangers rely on visual traits to identify dogs as belonging to banned breeds. It is not clear when Congress will decide when to keep the ban.
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