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Sioux City, IA: Group presents data in support of BSL repeal

Sioux City, IA, has had a controversial breed ban in place for several years. Despite local efforts to show city officials that the ban has had no effect on public safety (in fact, some data indicates that dog bites have increased … Continue reading

Sioux City, IA reminder: Ask council to repeal breed ban, Aug 9

The effort to repeal Sioux City’s “pit bull” ban has been on and off for years. Residents are planning to approach city council and request repeal during the council’s next Coffee with Council meeting, August 9. If you are in … Continue reading

Sioux City, IA: Residents ask for breed ban repeal

If you are in or around Sioux City, please consider joining up with these residents and others who have expressed a desire to repeal the city’s pit bull ban. The repeal effort has been off and on for years, but residents … Continue reading

Sioux City, IA: Pit bull ban stands

Previous alerts for Sioux City: Council votes to keep pit bull ban Monday, June 28, 2010 6:07 pm Sioux City’s City Council has voted 3-2 to keep a pit bull ban. Read the rest of the story here:

Sioux City, IA: Council to discuss removing pit bull ban, making them “high risk,” June 28

The city council will discuss this issue on Monday, June 28, 2010, 4:00 p.m., local time, in the City Council Chambers, 5th Floor, City Hall, 405 6th Street, Sioux City, Iowa. The agenda may be viewed here: Previous alerts for … Continue reading

Sioux City, IA: Breed ban may be revised as breed-specific regulations

[Mayor Mike] Hobart has proposed the breed ban be repealed and pit bulls be considered “high risk” dogs, making them subject to restrictions. Previous alerts for Sioux City: Pets’ impoundment time could be shortened Changes to unpopular animal laws … Continue reading

Sioux City, IA: Pit bull enforcement could choke taxpayers, group says

ZERSCHLING: Pit bull enforcement could choke taxpayers, group says By Lynn Zerschling Posted: Tuesday, April 13, 2010 10:15 pm To view John Dunham and Associates’ report on the cost to enforce a pit-bull ban, go to At the … Continue reading