Nevada AB324 would prohibit BSL

Update 4/26/11: This bill passed committee in time, but did not pass the originating house (Assembly) by the deadline, and is now dead.

Nevada AB 324 would, among other things, prohibit municipalities from declaring dogs dangerous based on breed.

The relevant portion of the bill is reproduced below.

13. A dog must not be deemed dangerous or vicious based solely on the breed of the dog.

14. A local authority shall not adopt or enforce an ordinance or regulation that deems a dog dangerous or vicious based solely on the breed of the dog.

AB324 was introduced on March 21 and sent to the Committee on Judiciary. It had a hearing on April 7, but no action was taken on that day.

AB324 may be tracked here:

Bill sponsor: John Hambrick,
Contact information for Committee on Judiciary:

The legislature website provides a page where Nevada residents can leave their opinion about any particular bill. Visit this page to submit your opinion on AB324:

2 responses to “Nevada AB324 would prohibit BSL

  1. Ken Christensen


    Please continue to protect these beautiful animals any way you can. May GOD bless you and you STATE.

    Ken Christensen

  2. WOW!!! A state that accually did it’s research. AND… had the moral conviction to make it into law. I just came back to MI to be close to family and OMG.!.!.! The closed minded uneducated masses. I am not downing ALL people from MI. BUT… to blindly believe that ALL pit bulls rotties etc… are killers. It’s an OUTRAGE.! GOOD JOB NEVADA.! I wish EVERY state had people in state government positions that actually DID the research. AND… then the BSL would be called as it is NOTHING but a bunch of BS.