6:34 pm March 1, 2012, by AJC Opinion
Moderated by Tom Sabulis
Children in Georgia continue to be mauled by dogs, many times by pets of neighbors who do not properly supervise and leash the animals.
The state’s inadequate dog laws don’t provide much guidance, officials say.
But a new bill being considered in the General Assembly could help fix this situation and even build community awareness about the problem.
Read what attorney who helped draft legislation has to say and then commentary by the president of the Georgia Canine Coalition and tell us your response.
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