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Dog attacks are down in cities

In both Minneapolis and St. Paul, the number of dog attack incidents has been declining in the past few years. However, dangerous dog declarations have doubled in the past year in Minneapolis. St. Paul City Councilman Dan Bostrom has suggested outlawing pit bulls in St. Paul to aid the decline.

The Pioneer Press added that City Council President Kathy Lantry said that a breed-specific law is not the way to go.

I think more concentration on the pit bull issue would be good, as they are a big topic of debate.