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5 thoughts on “Vote in Miami-Dade County to Repeal Pit Bull Ban Fails by Wide Margin

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  1. Thank you for all you do Colleen. Progress has been made this day and I was waiting for this post. There will be steps forward and steps backward. The past few days have been depressing and I have prayed for all the victims, the Solesky's, and for your continued health and strength. As always…God Bless You !!!!!

  2. Looks like the pit bull advocates are on a losing streak.

    The Miami referendum goes down on a 2-1 vote. The Maryland high court decision still stands. And we in Tucson are shifting into high gear for our October walk for the victims of pit bulls and other dangerous dogs.

    The tide is shifting in our direction, people.

  3. Occupy Maul Street temporarily thwarted…Miss Canes and her sickos won't be satisfied until the lifeflight helicopters blacken out the sun in Miami!

  4. The Florida Supreme Court chimes in on Pit Bulls…A decision upheld by the US Supreme Court!

    "The referee found that the qualities of the Pit Bull depicted by the logo are loyalty, persistence, tenaciousness, and aggressiveness. We consider this a charitable set of associations that ignores the darker side of qualities often associated with Pit Bulls: malevolence, violence and unpredictability."

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