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Maryland House votes to give pit bull owners a break

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ANNAPOLIS -- The Maryland House of Delegates bit back Monday in a feud between the General Assembly's two chambers over a bill to hold dog owners more responsible when their animals bite, killing a Senate provision that would have made it harder for owners to defend themselves in court. The bill would require dog owners to prove their animals aren't dangerous if they are sued for a dog bite....

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