Well, it MAY not be as scary as first thought, it seems they aer saying "bad wording" is what the problem was. Here are a couple of things I found on another board.
Summit Attendees Discuss Ways to Stop Breed Bans
October 28, 2006 : 12:00 AM
DENVER -- To prevent breed-specific laws, public education and,
especially, a public relations plan are the keys to success.
Thatâ€™s what attendees discussed during the evening session at the first
day of a Dangerous Dogs Summit in Denver, Colorado sponsored by Best
Friends Animal Society.
Besides educating the public, lobbying lawmakers is just as important,
said Kathy Deitsch of Wheat Ridge, Colorado, who is a member of the
animal commission there. â€œIâ€™m interested in seeing a model law,
education in the community, and, more specifically, education of
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