Denver, CO: Council continues to delay vote on service dog exemption to ban

In August, the safety commmittee recommended that Denver city council create an exemption in the pit bull ban for “pit bull” service dogs. This recommendation was made in part due to several lawsuits and a Justice Department ruling stating that the ban violated the Americans with Disabilities Act.

Since August, Denver city council has had multiple opportunities to read and vote on the service dog exemption. Instead, they have consistently delayed any action for months. The council is to consider the exemption again on Dec. 6.

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One response to “Denver, CO: Council continues to delay vote on service dog exemption to ban

  1. selwyn marock South Africa

    Surely this is not about a Vote,Hinklehooper and his Gang of Thugs are now breaking the Law,can Criminal charges not be laid???
    Hope to G-D they lose on the voting and are removed.