Opponents of a Maryland court ruling that says pit bull dogs are "inherently dangerous" are unleashing their criticism.
The ruling by Maryland's highest court means that pit bull owners could be liable for dog bites without previous evidence of a dog being dangerous. On Tuesday, foes of the ruling appealed to lawmakers on a task force.
They argue that breed-specific laws are not effective. They also say the Maryland Court of Appeals ruling fails to adequately define a pit bull.
Lawmakers are reviewing the ruling and weighing whether to change the law.
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