Missouri law to prohibit BSL!

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Missouri law to prohibit BSL!

Postby heather » Sun Jan 26, 2014 7:35 pm

House Bill 1116 would prohibit the passage of breed specific ordinances in Missouri

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Re: Missouri law to prohibit BSL!

Postby heather » Mon Feb 10, 2014 8:38 pm

A hearing in the General Laws Committee is set for tomorrow at noon on HB 1116.

MISSOURI RESIDENTS: Reach out to the committee members and ask them to SUPPORT this bill!

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Re: Missouri law to prohibit BSL!

Postby taurustendency » Thu Feb 13, 2014 4:01 pm

Have you heard any update on this? I looked up hb1116 and it's just a bill concerning dogs running at large. I also looked in the news, hearings, and journal sections for that day, on the house of reps site...And hb1116 wasn't mentioned, nor anything about bsl. Hmmmm?

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Re: Missouri law to prohibit BSL!

Postby heather » Thu Feb 13, 2014 6:51 pm

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Re: Missouri law to prohibit BSL!

Postby taurustendency » Wed Feb 26, 2014 3:57 pm

I actually emailed Ron hicks, the state rep who brought this to hearing. He responded with a long and sincere email explaining the lengthy process (in lamens terms for the inexperienced) of this getting passed. To make this brief, this hearing was just the first step. He feels very optimistic, but it could take up to as long as four years to go through the whole process. However he said, that as long as he is there, it will remain one of his top priorities. That's good to know. Yay


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