Some better news for Marylanders today – the state legislature has convened at 10-member task force to examine the Court of Appeals' ruling that declared that pit bulls are inherently dangerous, and the lawyer for the landlord in the Tracey v. Solesky case – the one who owned the property where the dog lived that attacked Dominick Solesky back in 2007 – has filed a motion for reconsideration to ask the court to review its evidence.
It's not a guarantee that anything will change, but it's hopeful.
Oh, and this is pretty cool, too. The Wa-Po ran a pretty great story about B-More Dog and its Pit Bulls on Parade earlier this month. That's pretty awesome. I kept meaning to post this story, but time kept getting away from me before I could get to it!