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The Steffan Tubbs Show
Segment one of two: "Steffan is joined by Co-Founder of Replace Denver BSL (Breed Specific Legislation) on the Pit Bull bans, Breed History and Information, and the move to repeal the bans.
The Steffan Tubbs Show (segment 2)
Segment two of two: "Steffan is joined by Co-Founder of Replace Denver BSL (Breed Specific Legislation) on the Pit Bull bans, Breed History and Information, and the move to repeal the bans.
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Y’all know our goal is to completely end breed-specific legislation in Denver. Voting #YesOn2J and allowing pitties back into Denver under a special license is a great first step! But to achieve truly breed-neutral legislation, the kind we know is most effective based on science, we not only need to win in November, we also need to improve dog safety in Denver after pitties are legalized. And the truth is, Denver, there are some serious opportunities for improvement here.
When Denver residents vote to replace the outdated breed-specific legislation this October & November, that will likely mean the end of BSL in the few other cities who still have it in place; Aurora, Commerce City, Lone tree, Louisville, Fort Lupton, and La Junta...
…I don’t know where Serina is now, or any of her puppies. I can only hope that she survived, found a family that loves her, and is living the life that over a million others of her breed will not get to enjoy this year. Considering that in the time it took for me to write this article, over a hundred more “pit bulls” were killed, I am not optimistic. It’s time to end outdated legislation that has failed to show any improvement in community safety, Denver….