Mass. city council gives preliminary approval to pit bull ordinance

07/23/2010 | USA Today

An ordinance that seeks to toughen restrictions on the ownership of pit bulls in Worcester, Mass., passed the City Council's first round of voting and will go through a final vote in August. The measure would require pit bull owners to restrain and muzzle their animals on public property.

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