Tennessee bill would toughen dangerous-dog rules

11/2/2010 | WMC-TV (Memphis,Tenn.)

A bill under consideration in the Tennessee Legislature aims to stiffen existing dangerous-dog regulations in a bid to address dog attacks in the state. The bill would prohibit violent felons from owning dogs that are deemed dangerous and require liability insurance worth $15,000 for owners of loose dogs cited for people or animal attacks, among other measures.

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