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Pit bull owners get no relief from Maryland lawmakers

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ANNAPOLIS -- Maryland lawmakers failed to pass legislation in their special session addressing a recent court ruling that pit bulls are "inherently dangerous," leaving some dog owners uncertain about their pets' future. The state Senate and House passed legislation with far different approaches on liability for a dog attack -- senators favored a broader, strict liability for all dog owners in...

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