wcco.com - Bill Would Ban Dogs For Owners Whose Dogs Attack: "Bill Would Ban Dogs For Owners Whose Dogs Attack
ST. PAUL (AP) ― The Minnesota House has voted to ban dog ownership for people who violate dangerous dog laws.
The bill won unanimous approval after discussion about dog attacks, including one that killed a Minneapolis boy.
The main provision would prohibit dog ownership for at least three years for those whose dogs hurt or kill someone or when the owners violate laws requiring restraints, microchips and other precautions.
Representative Michael Paymar says there have been too many problems with dogs biting and sometimes killing children, adults and other pets.
The punishment would not be linked to the dog's breed."
*jumps up & down excitedly like a puppy*
3 years doesn't seem near long enough, but at least it's a start.... and they aren't going after one breed, which is the BEST!!!