Denver voters overwhelmingly pass ballot measure to repeal pit bull ban

Denver voters overwhelmingly pass ballot measure to repeal pit bull ban
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[Ed. – Pet or predator?]

Voters in Denver overwhelmingly voted to pass Ballot Measure 2J to lift the city’s more than 30-year-old ban on pit bulls.

Ballot Measure 2J passed with 64.5% voting to lift the ban and 35.5% voting to keep the ban in place.

Passing the measure will allow the city to grant a provisional permit to pit bull owners as long as the owner microchips the animal and complies with additional requirements set by Denver Animal Protection.

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Denver Council member Christopher Herndon led the charge, proposing the idea to lift the pit bull ban in January. Denver City Council voted 7-4 to repeal the ban in February, which would have replaced the law with what could be best described as a “probation” for pit bulls. However, Mayor Hancock vetoed the ordinance just days later. …

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