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Maryland pit bull task force wrangles over liability

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ANNAPOLIS - Maryland lawmakers worked Thursday to create legislation responding to a state court ruling that pit bulls are "inherently dangerous" but struggled over the issue of liability. The task force was created after the Maryland Court of Appeals ruled that property owners and landlords can be held liable for pit bull attacks. The case centered on Dominic Solesky, then 10 years old, who...

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