Vote on pit-bull ordinance in Georgia city is put on hold

A vote on an ordinance that would outlaw the ownership of pit bulls in Douglasville, Ga., was delayed Monday. If passed, Douglasville would be among the first cities in the state to adopt such a measure, which would require area pit bulls to be registered and fine violators $500.

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