SD Senate won't let locals ban dogs by breed
By Nora Hertel
PIERRE (AP) — The South Dakota Senate on Tuesday narrowly approved a measure that would forbid local governments from banning specific breeds of dogs.
Senators voted 19-16 to advance the measure to the House.
Supporters argued the bill protects dog owners' rights, while opponents countered that it interferes with local control.
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