Aug 09, 2016 Chicago Alderman Lopez Uses Sick Stray Pit Bull Death To Push “No Kill”

Chicago - A new pet-activist alderman, Raymond Lopez (15th) is using the death of a sick stray pit bull as an excuse to push for No Kill in Chicago.  He has enlisted none other than the great and powerful Alderman Ed Burke in introducting a resolution to make Chicago a “no kill” city.  Burke must think there’s an angle in it or he thinks appealing to the well-heeled Chicago animal philanthropists will distract people enough to forget the recent discovery that he runs a $100 million worker’s compensation program completely in the dark.  

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Aug 07, 2016 Springfield Pit Bull Attacks Owner's Son

Springfield - According to a local news blog, a pit bull with history of biting and of killing animals including another pit bull puppy attacked its owner's son.   The police were called, but despite the attack history, the pit bull was not taken and the owner was not cited.  The pit bull owner's son and daughter fill in details in the comments. This attacking pit bull has attacked other people and killed animals including a 4 month old pit bull puppy named Chloe. News outlets did not cover this serious pit bull attack.

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