Illinois lawmaker plans to revisit animal laws to address dog attacks

08/24/2010 | WSIL-TV (Carterville, Ill.)

A legislator in Illinois is planning to propose changes to existing state laws to give local municipalities more authority for animal control in their respective areas. The move comes after a boy in Bush reportedly was attacked by two pit bull mixes this month. The Hurst City Council also was scheduled Monday to consider changes to the city's animal ordinance.

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