Miami-Dade County, FL: Voters will decide whether to repeal breed ban

But the question is, in a county where fear and stereotype of “pit bulls” and their owners runs rampant (courtesy of the breed ban), will voters want to repeal the breed ban? County commissioners think they won’t. We suggest a hard-hitting PR campaign, starting now.

Jamie Buehrle Speaks for Pit Bulls, Finds Receptive Audience at County Commission

Miami-Dade Commissioners voted 3-1 to allow the ordinance banning pit bulls to go before voters

By Betty Yu | Tuesday, Apr 10, 2012

[…] She found support from the majority of commissioners. They voted 3-1 to allow the 1989 ordinance banning pit bulls to go before voters on the August election ballot. […]

Commissioner Barbara Jordan was the only one to vote against letting the voter decide. […]

The ballot question will go before voters on August 14 in the Miami-Dade County primary.

Full article retrieved 4/11/12 from http://www.nbcmiami.com/news/local/Jamie-Buehrle-Speaks-for-Pit-Bulls-Finds-Receptive-Audience-on-Miami-Dade-County-Commission-146908195.html

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2 responses to “Miami-Dade County, FL: Voters will decide whether to repeal breed ban

  1. Vanessa garces

    Allow my pit bulls home . I have three and I go fishing with them every other weekend with my son to the keys . I stay in west palm beach only to pertect my pits from death in Miami . I moved out 4 years ago from Dade in fear of them killing my family .

  2. Vanessa garces

    Im praying pit bulls are allowed back in Miami . Give the peaple who harm these animals times in jail .