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Dog bite bill likely dead after Maryland Senate passage

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ANNAPOLIS -- The Maryland Senate on Thursday passed a bill that would hold dog owners more accountable for their animals' bites. However, the Senate's passage means the bill is likely dead. The bill would require dog owners to prove their animals aren't dangerous if they are sued for a dog bite. It stems from a 2012 ruling by the Maryland Court of Appeals that said pit bulls were "vicious and...

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